#380-20  (Please click for enlargement)
#380-20; Pipes and some kind of valve? at the M1306.
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#380-19; Lefts of the superstructure (Starboard side).
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#380-11; Steelplates keept together by rivets.

Hermann Krone / M1306

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Updated 26th. of Nov., 2005

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Hermann Krone was built in 1936 at Stulcken Sohn, Hamburg in Germany, built nr. 715, 449brt, 48meter in length and 8meter wide.
Later, in 1939 it was rebuild for minesweeping and renamed M1306 by the German "Kriegsmarine".
On duty, the13th. of September, 1940, about 5NM, NW of Hanstholm, the M1306 was hit by a mine itself. The sternpart of the ship went down after 10minutes and the bowsection went down about 500meters from there, short after.
The wreck (Sternsection) is found at about 25meters of depth. The wreckpart was rahter intact, until 1997, when a trawler damaged the wreck remarkable.

(Source: Freddy Breitenstein)

 

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#380-09 (Please click for enlargement)
#380--09; Some kind of winch at the Herman Krone wreck.
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#380-07; Some kind of tank?
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#380-04; Firehoses and metalscrab at the M1306.
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#380-06; Diver by firehoses and metalscrab at the M1306.
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#380-05; Diver by firehoses and metalscrab at the M1306.
   
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#380-03; Winch or pump at the M1306.