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Bagpipes and an anchor from two famous Argyll ships

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ARGYLL and Bute has more than 2,000 miles of coastline so it’s hardly surprising it is littered with the remains of hundreds of shipwrecks of all ages.

One of the most notable is the paddle steamer Comet, which went down in a storm in 1820. The Comet is probably one of the most famous ships in maritime history because it was the first paddle steamer to run commercially in Europe.

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