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The 103-Year-Old Abandoned Ship that Became a Floating Forest

The SS Ayrfield is a 103-year-old decommissioned ship that sits in Homebush Bay in a ship graveyard, but what makes this vessel stand out from the rest is that foliage it has produces over the decades. For this particular reason, it is now known as The Floating Forest.

The ship was originally built to transport supplies to the American troops station in the Pacific during the WWII. It was retired in the 1970s and today is considered one of the most beautiful decommissioned ships in history, being also an extremely popular Sydney attraction.

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