View of the wreck site of the VOC ship 'Amsterdam'

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Mira Bilis 09/21/15 17:47

Good day for a bracing stroll along the beach.

 
Mira Bilis 05/05/15 21:35

They appear to have removed the password protection on the controllable cam page again ...

http://voc.axiscam.net/view/index.shtml

 

 
MD 03/11/15 13:38

Such a distinctive view....... not.

 
Mira Bilis 01/01/15 16:23

... and I can add that if you go to the camera page, there is a list of cam views to choose from which includes St Leonards beach and Hastings pier amongst other things.  Unfortunately the cam controls are now password protected. 

http://voc.axiscam.net/view/index.shtml

 
N Q 01/01/15 14:35

MD I can clear it up a little bit :)

The Amsterdam went down in Bulverhyte Bay, which is about a mile from St Leonards and the museum that holds many of the artifacts of the Amsterdam is located in Hastings.

From what I read, St Leonards and Hastings are 2 town that are within a mile of each other and they are both located on the Bulverhyte Bay. Most articles though have the Amsterdam going down in Hastings instead of St Leonards but I also found an article that stated it went down in St Leonards--as long as they're so close to each other I'm not sure it matters other then to the people of these 2 towns :)

 
MD 12/31/14 13:55

N Q.... the link says "beached at Bulverhyte" but under the picture (in the link)it says "buried in the sand at Hastings." Now it's as clear as mud!  LOL

 
MD 12/31/14 13:42

Hi NQ... I took out the "s." I put a link on 26th of September but I'm not sure if that helps.

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/discover/maritime/map/amsterdam/

 
N Q 12/31/14 12:51

Ravo from everthing I've found on the wreckage of the Amsterdam, it's located on Bulverhythe beach in East Sussex,UK

You'll find the info and the cam on this page-

https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/discover/maritime/map/amsterdam/

so I red arrowed the country.

 
Ravo Rijder 12/31/14 10:32

City= Amsredam

State/Region= North Holland

 

 
Mira Bilis 12/20/14 16:52

Looks like I just missed a lovely sunset.

 
Mira Bilis 11/05/14 19:06

Fireworks in the distance.

 
MD 10/04/14 12:57

Hi Carol..... with a following wind.. you'd be as fast as Concorde!  :D

 
CAROL SCARBOROUGH 10/04/14 11:50

MD, I could definitely take a broom to here today. Look at the wind!!

 
MD 09/26/14 15:35

Hi Mira Bilis.... and WOW! I shall have to go and read up on the Amsterdam.

 
MD 09/26/14 15:34

Carol.... I just hope you get a following wind to help you across the Atlantic!!!  LOL

 
Mira Bilis 09/26/14 15:20

Morning ladies.  :)  I edited the info ... turns out this is England, not The Netherlands.

Here's the controllable cam ... http://voc.axiscam.net/view/index.shtml

 

 
CAROL SCARBOROUGH 09/26/14 15:03

Hell yea, I'll take the broomstick, lol.

 
MD 09/26/14 14:54

Carol.... jetpack or broomstick????  LOL

 
CAROL SCARBOROUGH 09/26/14 14:40

Lol, awesome, stop by my house and pick me up!!!

 

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