1. Wreck of the Glenesslin, October 1913

     
  2. Down to the Sea in Ships, 1922.  Dir.  Elmer Clifton.

    (via seagospels)

     
  3. American Barque “Jane Tudor,” Conway Bay, 1855

     
  4. onlyoldphotography:

    Max Dupain: Tug “Hero” towing the sailing ship “Pamir”, 1947

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  6. South Seas sailing ship, by Walker Evans

     
  7. fishstickmonkey:

    British four-masted bark SAMARITAN at anchor, Commencement Bay, Washington, ca. 1904. / Wilhelm Hester Wilhelm Hester Collection

    (via navalarchitecture)

     
  8. A century old brig, the Astrid, ran aground and sank on July 24, 2013

     
  9. The clipper ship “North Bend” run aground on Peacock Spit, near Cape Disappointment, Washington State, 1928

     
  10. SS Morro Castle’s burnt out hulk resting on the beach at Ashbury Park, NJ. Morro Castle caught fire during the early morning of 8 Sept, 1935. Of 549 passengers and crew, 135 perished.