HMS Falmouth is the only substantial wreck in England's inshore waters of a ship that fought at the Battle of Jutland. The wreck lies in shallow waters just off the Yorkshire coast in Bridlington Bay.

The ship sank on Sunday 20 August 1916 while making for the safety of the Humber Estuary after being struck in two separate torpedo attacks by German U-boats.

To mark the centenary of her loss Historic England commissioned new research into the wreck. The research, carried out by Fjordr Ltd, tells us more about the history and significance of HMS Falmouth.

Working with the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, the project surveyed the wreck in detail, accurately recording its current condition. and then combined this new survey with a 3D scan of a large scale model of HMS Falmouth held by the Imperial War Museum's store at Chatham and drawings of the ship from the National Maritime Museum.

Historic England's work helps bring the ship back to life ready for the anniversary and the commemoration of the 12 crew members who lost their lives on board.

Read more about HMS Falmouth on Historic England's website here.

Click on the image below to access the 3D model hosted on Sketchfab.

A 3D digital model of HMS Falmouth produced by Historic England’s Geospatial Imaging Team superimposed on a survey of the wreck by the

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