Eastcliffe Hall

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50 ft (15.2 m)

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Eastcliffe Hall

Wreck Location

East of Upper Canada Village in the middle of the shipping channel.
~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   44° 55' 28.8012" N      Longitude:   -75° 6' 4.2012" W


The 343 foot freighter, Eastcliffe Hall, was built in Montreal in 1954.  In 1970 this ship was carrying a load of pig iron and struck the concrete bouy at Chysler Shoal. shesank on the slope of the St Lawrence River.  NIne lives wre lost.   


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