In 2019, the Maritime Program Netherlands, (re)started the yearly excavation of a landbased excavation of a shipwreck in the reclaimed land what used to be the Zuiderzee. This allows volunteers and students in (maritime) archaeology to participate in an exacavation and gain experiance in ship archaeology. The remains of this ship were discovered in 1973 with a drainage ditch and partially excavated. The wreck is a late 19th century barge which transported garbage while it sunk. The wood is in an especially bad condition, but the ship has many objects telling the story of the daily life of a large city of that period. Over 2000 photo’s have been taken by the students over a three day period (which explains the difference in color). The data has been processed by Thomas Van Damme (@Ubi3D).