The remains of Passages which ran aground close to Jurby Head on 3rd December 1931.
A word of warning to anyone taking pictures of this subject the tide needs to be well out and caution is advised on the speed of the turning tide!
The images were captured on my Sony HX20V camera, resized and cropped in Adobe Photoshop CS6.
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2 thoughts on “Passages – Jurby Head”
hi peter i have honestly lost track of how many times ihave visited the isle of man since 1958 and never saw this boat from any angle didnt know it was there, at first i thought its a submarine then 2nd photo not sure do you know,
i would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on your excellent photos in display here and thank you for the pleasure
My grandfather was Norman Platt, the cook on the Pasanger when it was grounded in 1931. He was the crew member who swam ashore with a lifeline. Norman died in WWII when the fishing trawler, the Ladylove was sunk by a german u-boat. It’s amazing to see this little piece of my family history still alive.