The iron-screw steamer SS Falcon was owned and operated by the General Steam Navigation Company.
The iron-screw steamer SS Falcon was beached at Langdon Bay, near Dover, after catching fire in the English Channel in 1926.
Carrying a cargo of hemp and matches, the blaze was a major incident.
The remains are in surprisingly good condition after over 80 years, due to the thick steel hull. The shipwreck can be reached by descending a steep zig zag path down the Langdon cliffs.
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Source: UK Shore