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  Stranraer, Ferry Memorial
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in the park in Stranraer is a memorial to the 133 lives that were lost when the car ferry MV Princess Victoria, sank off Nothern Ireland after her car deck was swamped by heavy seas. This occured during the great storm of January 1953

Directions: In park near the sea front.

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  • Written Sep 21, 2005
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