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The Magnat : Anderson Inlet, Inverloch / [Inverloch Historical Society]
Bib ID 88821
Format BookBook
Author
Inverloch Historical Society
 
Description Inverloch, Vic. : Norman R. Deacon, 2002 
20 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 1876594136
Notes

"The Magnat was stranded on the Tawrin beach on Vensus Bay in 1900. The death of her captain salvage attempts and excursions to the wreck are the basis for this book"

"Wreck site 145.43.36 E, 38.40.39 S" - cover

Related Material Other images of the Magnat can be found in the Brodie Collection, La Trobe Picture Collection, State Library of Victoria 
Subjects Magnat (Ship)  |  Shipwrecks -- Victoria.  |  Barks (Sailing ships) -- Victoria.

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