James H. Reed

by Jim Kennard

Year Built


Year Sank



76 ft (23.2 m)

Difficulty Level


James H. Reed

Wreck Location

Mid-lake between Astabula and Port Burwell

~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   42° 16' 10.2" N      Longitude:   -80° 47' 46.2012" W


Steel freighter wih cargo of iron ore collided with steamer Ashcroft and sank. On the US-Canadian border

Size:  129' x 25' x 13'


2 Comments & Ratings

Map was rated 4 stars by reviewer.
I think the depth may have been typo. 76 feet instead of 76 meters.
Updated - Thank you

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