The SS Thistlegorm was a British munitions transporter that the Germans sent to the bottom of the Red Sea in 1941. Full of trucks and motorcycles, it's a wreck diver's dream and the Daily Mail just posted some great of photos from a recent dive.

Bedford Vehicles trucks, Universal Carrier armored trucks, Norton 16H and BSA motorcycles, two LMS Stanier Class 8F steam locomotives, and aircraft parts are all still preserved in the vessels hold. Well, sort of.

Okay, so they're damn near rusted to obscurity but they are strangely beautiful in their state of extreme decay.

Bren guns, 0.303 rifles, and ammo are also presumably still down there too, along with radios and Wellington boots.

Explore The Holds Of A Sunken WWII Cargo Ship Full Of Trucks

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