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The wreck lies in 163 feet of water, meaning it is diveable but probably requires some experience before attempting. The waters off Long Island are a busy shipping lane for large vessels heading into New York City and its surrounding ports. This section...  more »
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An important historical note; there is only one geniune reel of footage from Titanic known to exist today depicting the ship before she sank. All other supposed films are other liners; most often her sister ship Olympic. You may ask, why is there a lack...  more »
0 2 in Atlantic Ocean
(Columbia in 1880 under full sail and steam in rough weather. Columbia had an elegant and magnificent Brigantine auxiliary sail layout which further complimented her pre-existing elegance.)Columbia was built by the Delaware Iron Shipbuilding and Engine...  more »
0 6 in Pacific Ocean
One hull fragement, approx 10' x 30'. High potential for more of the ship to be located nearby  more »
0 3 in Other water body
105 feet deep.  In great condition.  see http://www.thelostradeau.com/index.html.  Lake george is cold and dark at this depth.  Soft bottom can silt easily.  Not a beginner dive. reserve access slot wth NYS DEC (http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/5076.html)    more »
0 0 in Lake George
Located south of Cleveland, NY and just after the bottom drops off from the weed growth in the shallow depths into slightly deeper water. Popular fishing spot.  more »
0 0 in Oneida Lake
Called the Shackelton barge as it is located north of Shackelton Point.  more »
0 0 in Oneida Lake
Also known as the "Glass Barge" as it was carrying fine sand for the purpose of making glass. Was on its way to Oswego. Glass Barge pics.  more »
0 0 in Oneida Lake
Known as the ‘newspaper barge’ as many newspapers were floating in the water after this barge sank. Located between Dunham and Frenchmen islands. The barge is about mid-way between buoy T2 and a shallow water marker several hundred feet to the...  more »
0 0 in Oneida Lake
Approximately 100 ft. in length with 7 segmented compartments. The barge is at a bearing of 275 ° (True) and 1 2/3 miles (8830ft) west from location of the Thomas H. Laying in N-S direction.  more »
0 0 in Oneida Lake
Approximately 100 ft. in length with 7 segmented compartments. The barge is at a bearing of 255 ° (True) and 900 ft. west from location of the Thomas H. Laying in N-S direction.  more »
0 0 in Oneida Lake
Approximately 100 ft. in length with 7 segmented compartments. The barge is at a bearing of 293 ° (True) and 620 ft. west from location of the Thomas H. Laying in N-S direction  more »
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0 0 in Oneida Lake
Oneida Lake sunken Barge  more »
0 0 in Oneida Lake
The debris field of the remains of the tug boat Elsie K. It appears that the engine and other useable items where salvaged from this vessel. The Elsie K was dynamited by the Army Corps of Engineers to prevent it from being a hazard to navigation. Found by...  more »
0 0 in Oneida Lake
Unidentified two masted schooner. Also known as the "Admiralty Wreck"  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
The three masted schooner, Carlingford, collided with the steamer Brunswick and sank immediately. She was carrying a load of wheat  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
Unidentified schooner  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
The propeller Acme was carrying a cargo of farm products and sank in a storm due to a leak in the hull.  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
Unidentified barge. Many interesting items to see on this wreck.  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
The three masted schooner, Manzanilla, heavily loaded with stone was travelling from Cleveland, Onio to Toronto, Ontario when she was caught in a gale and driven ashore. The crew were able to safely get to shore. The schooner was wrecked by the gale winds...  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
The two masted schooner, Washington Irving, was bound Erie to Buffalo. The ship was carrying a cargo of pig iron and coal. The schooner disappeared while enroute probably due to a massive leak that caused the ship to sink very quickly before the crew...  more »
0 1 in Lake Erie
The package frreighter, Passaic, while carrying a load of lumber and towing several barges encountered heavy seas and foundered.  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
The three masted schooner, Annabell Wilson, carrying a load of 1000 tons of coal was being towed from Erie, PA to Port Colboure when a storm forced them to find a safe harbor at Dunkirk, NY. Before the tow could reach the harbor the schooner foundered....  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
The four masted iron propeller, Brunwick, loaded with a heavy cargo of coal collided with the schooner Carlingford in mid November 1881 and sank in 100 feet of water.  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
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