Barge Maps

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 »
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Called the Shackelton barge as it is located north of Shackelton Point.  more »
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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 »
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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 »
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Oneida Lake sunken Barge  more »
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The 105 foot wooden barge, Finch, foundered in a heavy sea due to a leak in the hull. Broken up remains.  more »
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While salvaging the steamer Erie a gale broke the salvage barge loose from its moorings and it sank about 1/2 mile from the site. Bishop's Berrick was built to salvage the the steamers Erie and Altantic.  more »
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Barge US 104 was carrying a cargo ot oats when in struck a rock and foundered when nearing the Black Rock Ship Canal in July of 1921.  more »
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Sunken barge that may have been utilized in the construction of the Thousand Islands Bridge in the 1930's.  more »
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An explosion on board the America cause her to sink on June 20, 1932.  The steel drill barge America was used to dynamite shoals along the St. Lawrence River.  The barge is lies upside down and is near the shipping channel.  Use caution when diving.  more »
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Flat barge that has not been identified, 135 feet in length, steel framed,  more »
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