Colossus Dive Trail Maintenance and Wheel Wreck Dating 2019

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Colossus Dive Trail Maintenance and Wheel Wreck Dating 2019

This collection contains drawings, photographs and 3D models. There is also a project report. The artefacts recovered during the project will be deposited at the Isles of Scilly museum. The early diving weights recovered from Colossus are currently on loan to the Historic Diving museum at Portsmouth.


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