Three-masted steel barque was built by Grangemouth Dockyard in 1892. On 9.9. 1911 her cargo of coals ignited and she was on fire and ran aground near Punta Loyola on 13.9. while en route from North Shields to Rio Gallegos. Two crewmen died from intoxication. A friend recently hiked to the wreck from Rio Gallegos and spent a night inside. From what he says it was an extremely noisy environment to have a proper sleep, but the experience was worth it. He also sent me a bunch of pictures of the wreck so I can share them here.