|Near Kingsteignton||Taken By Dave Bellamy|
|About 850 metres up Humber Lane you can find this. I've no idea how it got there or what it's from. It's huge, so getting it here in the first place must have been a nightmare, and I'm guessing it's pretty old as modern boat propellers are of the screw type. It's been here some time too as the nearest blade in the photo has been tarmaced over. I'm guessing it's a First or Second World war relic. There are no discernable casting marks that would give a clue about its manufacturer. If anyone knows, I'd love to hear from you.|
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29 October 2006
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