108-Year-Old Ship in Sydney Became A Floating Forest

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108-Year-Old Ship in Sydney Became A Floating Forest

Some people have an interest in old things and may have a vast collection of those things. So if you are a person who looks for the stories behind the ancient incidents, this article is for you.

Parramatta River in Sydney has four abandoned ships used in the 20th century and no more use. Among them, SS Ayrfield is the most attractive ship which has the most impressive sight.  It consists of fully-grown mangrove trees grown throughout the centuries. It gains the name of “Floating forest” because of its green appearance.

108-Year-Old Ship in Sydney Became A Floating Forest
Image credits: Bruce Hood

During world war II, SS Ayrfield provided the supplies for the American troops. This ship brought to the bay in 1972, and it was no longer in a shipwreck yard. All other ships were the same as the SS Ayrfield was left there to be a part of nature.

108-Year-Old Ship in Sydney Became A Floating Forest
Image credits: evangelique

Now it becomes a tourist sensation for those who had a passion about to take photographs of various abandoned objects. Scrolling below down, you also see the beauty of this ship.

108-Year-Old Ship in Sydney Became A Floating Forest
Image credits: Steve Dorman
108-Year-Old Ship in Sydney Became A Floating Forest
Image credits: Rodney Campbell
108-Year-Old Ship in Sydney Became A Floating Forest
Image credits: Bruce Hood
108-Year-Old Ship in Sydney Became A Floating Forest
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Check out the video of the SS Ayrfield Floating Forest taken by a drone camera

More info: odditycentral

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