A diver takes a close look at the bell of the Sadie Thompson, a barge which sank in 116 feet of Lake Superior water near Whitefish Point in a storm in the early 1950's.
Shipwreck diving on the Great Lakes with Blade reporter Erica Blake and Blade photographer Andy Morrison from June through October. These large files will take a few minutes to load.
Dive at the Comet, a paddlewheel which sank in a collision in Lake Ontario near Kingston on May 15, 1861 with the loss of three lives.
Dive at the George A. Marsh, a three masted schooner which sank in a storm in Lake Ontario with reportedly 12 of 14 people aboard killed on August 8, 1917.
Dive through the passage way of the Wolfe Islander II, a ferry boat in Kingston, Ontario which was sank as a dive attraction.
Dive at the Sadie Thompson near Whitefish Point in Lake Superior.
Dive at the Vienna near Whitefish Point in Lake Superior.
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