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List of shipwrecks in 1910
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- SS Minnehaha : She ran aground on rocks in the Isles of Scilly. Refloated on 13 May and returned to service after repairs were made.
- ran aground on Hoborgsriff, off the coast of Sweden. Refloated and towed to Oscarshamn where sold for scrap.
- James Rolph : The 4-masted schooner ran aground in San Pablo Bay, near San Francisco. No lives lost and the ship was later stripped of salvageable components and abandoned.
- SS William Cory : The steam cargo ship, carrying a cargo of timber from Uleaborg to Newport, South Wales was wrecked at Pendeen.
- Preussen : She was accidentally rammed by in the English Channel off Dover, and then beached without loss of life.
- Wimborne : The steamer was wrecked under Carn Barra Point near Land's End, Cornwall, United Kingdom. The crew were rescued by rocket lines from the shore.
- : The Elder Dempster 2,804 grt cargo ship left London on 9 December 1910, bound for the Canary Islands but did not arrive. There were reports from another British ship that left Liverpool around the same time of violent storms, so it was presumed that she foundered and sank.
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