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Date: 22 February 1917

Transcript:

WRECKED OFF WELSH COAST COAST

Early on Wednesday morning the Leyland steamer Leysian struck the rocky coast between Strumble Head and St. David's Head, and it is feared will become a total wreck. The vessel was in ballast.

All on board, consisting of cattlemen and the crew, have been landed at Fishguard. A dense fog prevailed at the time.


Source:
'Wrecked off Welsh Coast.' The Cambria Daily Leader. 22 Feb. 1917. 1.

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