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Bull elk bugling by timbers Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roof timbers Royalty Free Stock Photo
Stokesay Castle Roof Timbers, Shropshire, England. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Portland Timbers - Mamadou Futty Danso Royalty Free Stock Photo
Tractor loading wood timbers in the forest Royalty Free Stock Photo
Portland Timbers Army Jeld-Wen Field Royalty Free Stock Photo
Portland Timbers Major League soccer crowd Royalty Free Stock Photo
Star of Hope, deck timbers, shipwrecked 1883,
Helicopter carry wood timbers in the forest Royalty Free Stock Photo
The Great Hall Roof Timbers, Stokesay Castle, Shropshire, England. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Heading into the dark timbers Royalty Free Stock Photo
Portland Timbers v.s. Seattle Sounders Royalty Free Stock Photo
Hull timbers, Abana wreck (1894) Royalty Free Stock Photo
Portland Timbers fans Royalty Free Stock Photo
Timber Wolf Walking out of den in timbers Royalty Free Stock Photo
The star of hope was a german barque, en route from Wilmington, north Carolina, to Liverpool with a cargo of cotton in 1883. Nearing the river Mersey approaches, she found herself in the teeth of a force 10, south westerly gale, and began to founder. The crew of nine abandoned ship, and were rescued by the Crosby lightship. She was timber built in Peterhead, Scotland in 1865 and was 120 feet in length, with a beam of 25 feet. This wreck lies in the sand near Southport, on the Merseyside coast. For many years the wreck lay immersed in a sandbank, and was hardly visible, the salt water preserving her heavy timbers. Depending on tides and gales, determines whether the wreck is visible, or covered by the shifting sands.


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