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Dump Scow

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GPS Location: N45°12.760' W83°17.974'
Depth: 130 Feet
Circa 1930
Description: Believed abandoned and scuttled, this wreckage was discovered by the Institute for Exploration in 2002. A wooden dump scow with two rectangular hopper dump gates is situated upside down amongst a debris field that includes anchor and chain and a smaller work scow 16’ in length.

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wreck coordinates Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center