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Bell from Laurentic I to go on display in Derry

Discussion in 'Laurentic I 1909-1917' started by Mark Baber, Jan 13, 2018.

  1. Mark Baber

    Mark Baber Moderator Member

  2. Is this the Laurentic's Bell from the Shipwreck Museum on the Isle of Wight?
    It is!!!
     
  3. Mark Baber

    Mark Baber Moderator Member

  4. Yes there is, in the Belfry. I think I'm right in saying that the letters on the Church bell are raised (as the ships name was 'written' in the casting mould. This bell, previously at the Shipwreck Museum, had the ships name engraved in it by its salvers, Ray Cossum and his diving colleague.