Shipwreck: #135117
Wreck Location:
42.17359, -80.01483,  77 Degrees T 2.3 miles off Erie, Pa., just east of Four Mile Creek

Ship Name:

Type of Ship:

Ship Owner:
L.L. Slyfield of
St. Clair, Michigan

Year Built:

Also Known As:
Originally built as the steamer Equator, engines removed 1871

Ship Size:
189′ x 32′ x 11′

Gross Tonnage:

Date of Loss:
Saturday, November 20, 1880

Loss of Life:

36ER0333 (http://www.phmc.pa.gov/Preservation/)


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