Tug Maps


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
The wooden tug Acme collided with the vessel that she had in tow. Scattered pieces remain in the area today.  more »
0 0 in Lake Erie
The Muscallonge was a wooden tugboat that was built at Port Huron, Michigan in 1896. While towing a barge enroute to Toronto the tug caught fire. The Muscallonge was then run aground and all of the crew got off safely. Eventually the tug broke in two as...  more »
0 0 in St. Lawrence River
The Florence, a wooden tug was built at Levis, Quebec in t 1885. She worked in the St Lawrence River and Lakes Erie and Ontrio until springing a leak and sinking in November 1933. Her engine and propeller were removed. Much of the tug is now broken up due...  more »
0 0 in Lake Ontario
Launched at Desronto in 1888, this was one of the only tug boats built with a centerwheel paddle.  more »
0 0 in Lake Ontario
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