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Check out these drone photos of a U-boat shipwreck in England

by Haye Kesteloo 7 Jul 10:26 UTC
U-boat shipwreck in England © Haye Kesteloo

A couple of days ago, drone enthusiast David Eighteen took his Yuneec Typhoon H (not the Plus) to the waterfront of the River Medway and sort of stumbled upon this almost 100-year-old U-boat while flying his drone. David's hi-res aerial photos and some additional research into this shipwreck make for a very interesting story and it is a great example of how drones can open up a new world that otherwise may go unnoticed.

How did the German U-boat end up in the marshes of Kent?

The almost 100-year-old German U-boat from the First World War was first spotted around 2013 after a big storm had reshaped the mudflats of the River Medway near Humble Bee Creek at Stoke Saltings in England.

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