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Peter Iredale shipwreck [3]
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The Peter Iredale was a ship that ran aground from a storm on October 25, 1906 along the Clatsop Spit near Warrenton, Oregon.  It was transporting ballasts from Mexico to Portland when it hit the sand bank, parts of it still sitting thick in the sand today.

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