Yesterday marked the 114th anniversary of the wreck of the sailing cargo ship Peter Iredale, which ran ashore in foggy conditions on the ocean beach at Clatsop Spit on October 25, 1906. Parts of her steel frame remain on the beach as a reminder of the hazards of operating ships in the Graveyard of the Pacific. Today we remember the Iredale in the words and music, from local historian Frank Lehn, and local band the Brownsmead Flats.
Photo courtesy of historian Frank Lehn and the Long Peninsula Friends of Facebook.
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