In 2019, a team of historians, underwater archaeologists, and technicians located the wreckage of the Ironton, a 191-foot (58-meter) cargo vessel that collided with a grain hauler on a blustery night in September 1894, and deployed remotely controlled cameras to scan and document it. The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Alpena, Michigan, plans to reveal the location in coming months and is considering placing a mooring buoy at the site. Read the full story by The Associated Press.
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