I have a couple of relics from the Wreck of "The Governer". The only info that I have on the vessel is that it sunk off the coast of Virginia and that It was a Union Supply Ship during the Civil War. If anyone has any more info on this ship, please let me know. I want to learn more about its history; Thank you in advance.
I picked this up at a yard sale in Seattle a few years ago. It's been sitting in my garage since. I just keep moving it from spot to spot, knocking it around a bit each time. It's pretty fragile and I'd like to do something with it before I ruin it. Does it have much historical value? Is it worth any money? What should I do with it?
The Princes Sophia was built in 1910 for the Canadian Pacific Railroad to run up and down the Inside Passage on the west coast. It ran aground on a reef in 1918 with all 364 persons on board lost.
An up close look at the remains of the SS James Longstreet.
The ships identified are unknown but were abandoned by the Kensington Shipyard and dry dock corporation north of pier 78 by the SS United States
I was just wondering if anyone knows why the wrecks map on the fishingstatus.com website is gone? I found it very helpful for researching a wreck since many are not officially charted, but most are documented by divers/ historians.
A ship that vanished with her entire crew in a storm nearly 130 years ago has been found in near-perfect condition at the bottom of a lake.
The Africa was towing another vessel, the Severn, through Lake Huron, on the US-Canada border, when she disappeared in a snowstorm in October 1895.
Would love to know about the pet of vessel, era, ship type, etc. I also posted a few pics on another recent post. Thank you.
I was just wondering if there are any wrecks that are yet to be found that are speculated to be at a depth deeper then the uss Johnston (6,460 m)?