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Schooner-barge foundered in a storm. Size: 225' x 35' x 17'  more »
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Steel steamer foundered in the "Black Friday" storm of 1916. Size: 360' x 45' x 26'  more »
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18 miles SSW of Port Stanley Size: 10' x 20' x 9'  more »
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Schooner barge with cargo of coal sank in a gale. Size: 196' x 31' x 13'  more »
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Three masted schooner with cargo of corn collided with schooner Michigan and sank. Size: 184' x 32' x 13'  more »
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Wooden steamer sank in a storm. Size: 256' x 39' x 20'  more »
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Steel freighter wih cargo of iron ore collided with steamer Ashcroft and sank. On the US-Canadian border Size: 129' x 25' x 13'  more »
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Wooden steamer caugt fire and sank  more »
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Barge with cargo of pulpwood sank in a storm. Size: 335' x 33' x 11'  more »
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Drill rig destroyed in a storm.  more »
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Steel freighter was ramed by another steel freighter and sank. Size: 253' x 44' x 21'  more »
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Schooner-barge took on water and sank  more »
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