Friday, October 10, 2014

1926 Steamship Discovered in Lake Ontario



GRAMMER   Lake Ontario 1926 

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Undated photo provided by James Kennard shows the Nesbit Grammer on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada. The ship sank in May 1926 after colliding with another steamship on Lake Ontario off western New York shore

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The British steamship Nisbet Grammer, the largest steel steamer to have foundered in Lake Ontario has been discovered by a team of shipwreck explorers.  Dan Scoville, Jim Kennard, Craig Hampton, and Roland Stevens located the steamer thirty miles east of the Niagara River in a depth of over 500 feet of water.   The Nisbet Grammer was enroute from Port Colburne to Montreal with a load of grain when she was struck by the steamship Dalwarnic in a dense fog.

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