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Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: The French three-masted barque La Rochefoucauld off Falmouth, Cornwall. 1910

The French three-masted barque La Rochefoucauld off Falmouth, Cornwall. 1910
The three-masted steel barque La Rochefoucauld was 89 days out of Caleta Coloso, bound for Ostend with nitrates. She arrived in Falmouth around 22nd August 1910 and was cleared on 29th October 1910

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: The French three-masted barque La Fontaine off Falmouth, Cornwall. July 1909

The French three-masted barque La Fontaine off Falmouth, Cornwall. July 1909
The three-masted barque La Fontaine was built of steel at Ateliers and Chantiers in Nantes in 1899. She was registered in Nantes and owned by Societe Generale d Armement

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: General view of the French SS Paknam wrecked at Pendeen, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. May 1895

General view of the French SS Paknam wrecked at Pendeen, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. May 1895
The 700 ton cargo steamer was built in 1895 by Robert Napier, Govan. She was on her maiden voyage to Le Havre, from where she was due to go on to Tonkin in French Indo China

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: The three-masted French ship Socoa in Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall. 1906

The three-masted French ship Socoa in Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall. 1906
View of the starboard side of the three-masted French steel ship Socoa in Falmouth Harbour with tugs alongside. Note the remains of a wooden warship being broken up in the right foreground

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: The French three-masted barque Magatlan, Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall. May 1905

The French three-masted barque Magatlan, Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall. May 1905
The wooden three-masted French registered barque Magatlan brought to Falmouth harbour after being abandoned at sea and picked up by a British steamer

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901

Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901
Close up of the smashed hull of the French three-masted steel barque Seine driven ashore at Perranporth in December 1900. The photograph was taken in the summer of 1901

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901

Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901
Close up of the smashed hull of the French three-masted steel barque Seine driven ashore at Perranporth in December 1900. The photograph was taken in the summer of 1901

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901

Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901
The remains of the French three-masted steel barque Seine driven ashore at Perranporth in December 1900. The photograph was taken in the summer of 1901

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: General view of the French SS Paknam wrecked at Pendeen, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. May 1895

General view of the French SS Paknam wrecked at Pendeen, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. May 1895
The 700 ton cargo steamer was built in 1895 by Robert Napier, Govan. She was on her maiden voyage to Le Havre, from where she was due to go on to Tonkin in French Indo China

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: Wreck of the French four-masted barque Asnieres grounded at St Mawes, St Just in Roseland

Wreck of the French four-masted barque Asnieres grounded at St Mawes, St Just in Roseland, Cornwall. December 1914
The four-masted French barque Asnieres grounded at St Mawes in December 1914. The ship was built in Le Havre in 1902 and was 3103 tons gross

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901

Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901
Close up of the smashed hull of the French three-masted steel barque Seine driven ashore at Perranporth in December 1900. The photograph was probably taken early in 1901

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: General view of the French SS Paknam wrecked at Pendeen, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. May 1895

General view of the French SS Paknam wrecked at Pendeen, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. May 1895
The 700 ton cargo steamer was built in 1895 by Robert Napier, Govan. She was on her maiden voyage to Le Havre, from where she was due to go on to Tonkin in French Indo China

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: The three-masted French ship Socoa in Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall. 1906

The three-masted French ship Socoa in Falmouth Harbour, Cornwall. 1906
View of the starboard side of the three-masted French steel ship Socoa in Falmouth Harbour with tugs alongside. The Socoa was built in 1901 by Chantier and Atelier de St Nazaire at St Nazaire

Background imageImages Dated 29th November 2018: Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901

Remains of the French three-masted barque Seine at Perranporth, Cornwall. 1901
The remains of the French three-masted steel barque Seine driven ashore at Perranporth in December 1900. The photograph was probably taken in the summer of 1901


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