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GPS Location: N45°02.194' W83°16.067'
Depth: 1 Foot
Circa 1937
This wooden barge of unknown origins may have been placed at the end of North Point to serve as a dock for the United States Coast Guard in the late 1930s. It is now broken apart and scattered about the reef with portions washed up on shore.

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