NORTH WEST - Sinking from Tom's blog


The worlds most complicated shipwreck, Cut in Bow Sank  in Lake Ontario. Rebuilt as the Maplecourt with the Sten Section sinking in Lake Huron and the rebuilt portions torpedeod in the Atlantic.


Detroit Publishing Co., Publisher. Str. Northwest. [Between 1900 and 1910] Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2016800413/










1918: The bow section of the former passenger steamer NORTH WEST sank in Lake Ontario. The ship had been cut in two for a tow out of the Great Lakes. The stern was later rebuilt as b) MAPLECOURT.


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