The Mulberry Harbour Southend on Sea Essex

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Mulberry Harbour. Was going to be used in the D DAY Landings. It broke up while towing it, back in 1942

One-and-a-half miles off Thorpe Bay, a Phoenix caisson, its back broken, stands on a sandbank. The massive bulk is in two seaweed-encrusted pieces lying end to end orientated NW/SE. The larger of the two is approximately 115 feet (35 m) long; the smaller is 85 feet (26 m) long. The width is around 32 feet (9.75 m)and height up to 20 feet (6 m).

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