Bust of Alexander McKee
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Bust unveiled of Mary Rose diver Alexander McKee

The Mary Rose - Henry VIII's warship - is one of the nation's most famous and precious pieces of history - now conserved in a purpose built museum in Portsmouth.

While most people have heard of the ill-fated Tudor warship, some feel the amateur diver, Alexander McKee, who led the search for the wreck, has not had the recognition he deserves.

A campaign to celebrate his contribution has reached its goal with the unveiling of a bust at the Mary Rose museum.

  • 02 Apr 2014
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