File:El Estero sunk in NY Harbor 1943.tiff

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English: The w:SS El Estero with a full load of ammunition resting on the bottom in New York Harbor after being filled with water on the night of April 24, 1943 to put out a fire on board that threatened a major explosion. She is still flying the red signal flag B indicating dangerous cargo. (Date is earliest possible date for photo)
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Source http://www.uscg.mil/history/articles/ThiesenElEstero.pdf
Author US Coast Guard
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