Shipwreck washed up on the Stone Harbor beach.

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A 25-foot wooden ship washed ashore on the southern end on Stone Harbor, NJ beach. It’s not clear where it came from, but most people we talked to said it is probably is the D.H. Ingraham, which sank around Hereford Inlet in 1886 when the vessel caught fire. Along the Jersey shore the waters are littered with 100’s of shipwrecks. We will be shooting a drone video and photos of this ship and post it on our social media page https://www.facebook.com/theboardwalkblog


photo by Zeke Orzech