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Steel Barge
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GPS Location: N44°58.576’ W83°13.272’
Depth: 92 Feet
Wreck Length: 60 Feet Beam: 30 Feet
Description: This steel deck barge of unknown origins appears to date to the middle 20th century and likely foundered as there is no fire or collision damage. The barge rests upright on the lake bottom in nearly 100 feet of water. A pilothouse is located at the stern and cables and debris are scattered about the wreck site.

Steel Barge

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