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    Wreck of the Maheno on Beach at Fraser Island 1979

    contributed by Bluedog, taken on 28 July 1979
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    Low tide exposes the Maheno's full hull to explore and fish the beach in front.
    The Maheno was built in Scotland in 1904 and was the world’s first ever triple screw steamer, weighing a massive 5323 tonnes. It also held the blue ribbon in trans-atlantic crossing for several years after she was launched. The Maheno was then used as a hospital ship in WW 1,
    Was wrecked on Fraser Island in early July 1935

    This picture is also part of the following Bonzle photo collections: