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Teesside shipwreck 3D Model
A section of timber wreck recovered during aggregate deredging operations on North Gare, at the mouth of the river Tees. Today it lies in the garden of the offices of Tees Archaeology, where this model was made with the assistance of the Moors & Valleys Young Archaeologists’ Club. The aspiring maritime explorers also drew offset plans of the remains, and learned about coastal archaeology research. I’d like to get them recording the protected wreck at Seaton Carew, but the sands were against us this time. Too much contrast from the tree’s shadows to use Metashape’s ‘remove lighting’ function properly.
The vessel itself is unkown, but with iron banding and as many bolts as treenails she’s probably 19/20th Century. One of many random timber sections which wash ashore or are uncovered on this coast, she was most likely involved in the coal trade or fishing.