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Vicious winter storms have pummeled much of the US in recent days, bringing bitter cold and hazardous conditions.

In Maine, where record-breaking storm surges have caused severe flooding, the weather also brought a rare glimpse of a 112-year-old shipwreck at Acadia National Park.

The two-masted schooner Tay ran aground on Mount Desert Island in July 1911, resulting in the death of the ship’s cook.

Bar Harbor resident Molly Moon took this photo of the schooner’s wreckage on Thursday afternoon. A storm revealed the shipwreck for the first time in decades. (Molly Moon)

The Tay, captained by IW Scott of St John, New Brunswick, sprung a leak during a storm, according to an article that appeared shortly after the wreck in the Bar Harbor Record.

Captain Scott tried unsuccessfully to make it to harbour.

“The main sheet parted and then he lost his main boom. Captain Scott attempted to stand offshore under head sails, but he was too far in and was swept inside the breakers,” the article …

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