Alabama

by Jim Kennard


Year Built

1848

Year Sank

1854

Depth

35 ft (10.7 m)

Difficulty Level

Novice


Alabama

Wreck Location

Three quarters of a mile from the Buffalo north harbor entrance
~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   42° 52' 23.7612" N      Longitude:   -78° 54' 43.2" W

Description

The 254 foot wooden side wheel steamer, Alabama, became waterlogged and sank.  Parts of the ship were salvaged.  It is very broken up and scattered on the bottom.



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