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On a foggy October morning in 1906, the 287-ft steel-hulled, four-masted barque Peter Iredale was running before a southwest wind, making for the mouth of the Columbia River, when a squall came out of the northwest, driving the ship onto the beach on Clatsop Spit. Called the most unexciting shipwreck in maritime history, the crew members were all uneventfully evacuated and at low tide they walked ashore. Considered a state treasure, the Peter Iredale remains Oregon’s only visible shipwreck.
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