This image, captured by ROV, shows the last visible cargo hatch underneath the ship before it become buried in sediment at the bottom of Lake Huron. According to Choctaw’s plans, four more hatches and the bow structure remain embedded in the lake bottom, not visible along the surface. Source: Northwest Michigan College/Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary.

This image, captured by ROV, shows the last visible cargo hatch underneath the ship before it become buried in sediment at the bottom of Lake Huron. According to Choctaw’s plans, four more hatches and the bow structure remain embedded in the lake bottom, not visible along the surface. Image courtesy of Northwestern Michigan College/Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Download larger image (jpg, 212 KB)

 

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