WWI mines found on Welsh Beach

Published on February 7th, 2013 | by Admin

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A woman foraging for seaweed on a beach in Wales stumbled across a collection of mines that date back to the First World War.

She had gone to the beach on Wednesday to collect seaweed but said the sea was too rough.

“When I turned around and headed back up the beach I saw this very large iron object half submerged in the water,” she said.

“At first I thought it was some sort of Roman pottery as it was quite rusty. Then my second thought was it must be a mine.

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Story: BBC News | Photo: BBC News

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