In April, seven Sixth Form students visited the Museum of London Archaeology. The Museum mentioned on this visit that they would be in Cromer recording the remains of the Steamship Fernebo as part of their Maritime Archaeology project to establish if a torpedo hit or a boiler explosion in 1917 caused it to sink.
The following students gave up most of their Sunday afternoon to visit and view the wreckage: Tara Hubbock, Marc Mills, Andrew Carver and Ella Regester.
Mr G Veeren
Teacher of Archaeology and History
Thorpe St Andrew School and Sixth Form, Laundry Lane, Norwich, Norfolk, NR7 0XS
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