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Admiralty Pattern Anchor

Admiralty Pattern Anchor in Stanley Park
Admiralty Pattern Anchor in Stanley Park

The Admiralty Pattern Anchor ...

Admiralty Pattern Anchor plaque in Stanley Park
Admiralty Pattern Anchor plaque in Stanley Park

The plaque says:

"Admiralty Pattern Anchor-Circa 1850"

Anchors of this pattern were commonly used in sailing ships visiting Coal Harbour during the 19th century.  This anchor was lost by one of these ships and recovered by the divers of HMCS Discovery.

SLT G. Smith

CPO1 G.Robinson   CP02 G.Munro

P01 B.Docherty   P02 C.Trepanier

MS R.Cooke   D.Sproule

LS G.Hafey   LS S.Lorette

LW A.Hendry   LS G.Mah

LS J.Visser   NCDT A.Wilson

Presented to HMCS Discovery on the change of command

Cdr.R.H.McIlwaine,CD - CDR.B.A.Cook,CD

November 1988

Where is the Admiralty Pattern Anchor in Stanley Park?

The Admiralty Pattern Anchor is located at the HMCS Discovery Naval Reserve on Deadman's Island.  Nearby is the 50th Anniversary Naval plaque.

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