The 100th anniversary of the tragic sinking of the SS Yongala and its Brockley connection

It's exactly 100 years today since the coastal trading ship SS Yongala sank in a tropical cyclone off the coast of Queensland, Australia on March 23rd 1911. The disaster became known as the 'Townsville Titanic' as all 122 passengers and crew were lost. The only body recovered was that of a racehorse called 'Moonshine' washed ...

Photos from Guided Walk Saturday 5th March

Mike talks Zeppelins in front of the Deptford Airship Deaths memorialFOBLC Chairman Geoffrey gives some background on the Rossi familyMick explains about surrogate war graves by the Zincraft headstone