A stone memorial to those who lost their lives on The Provider in 1853.
Again thanks to Barbara and her knowledge of unusual features on the Isle of Man.
"SHHIPWRECK - Two Vessels - probably April 1st 1853 during a severe easterly gale , William and Henry and the Provider. William and Henry was a schooner bound Preston to Ardrossan, wrecked on Fort Island with loss of 1 crew. The Provider was also a schooner bound from Liverpool to Glasgow with a cargo of salt - the master and 3 crew were lost (1 being saved), wrecked on outside of Langness". See more ....
(Photo date - Aug 2012)