• Steam Barge
  • 105ffw 33m
  • 46 27.33 N 46 27.33 N

 This early wooden steam barge launched in 1880 is perhaps the best-known shipwreck in the Preserve. She was damaged in a collision on July 13, 1889, on Lake Superior and lost while in tow next to Grand Island. She rests now in 70 to 105 feet of water although the deck is reached at 80 feet. Exploring divers will find much machinery as well as game fish on the wreck. Open deck hatches afford access to the interior.

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