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Kootenay Wreck Audits

Discussion in 'U/W Archaeological Society of British Columbia' started by UASBC, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. UASBC

    UASBC Angel Fish

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    Kootenay Wreck Audits
    September 9 - 11, 2011

    It is planned to visit and assess the condition of several wrecks in the Nelson and Castlegar areas. Near the Nelson bridge in the Kootenay River lay the wooden 26m long steam tug Ymir and a CPR railway transfer barge. At Castlegar, the steam tug Elco II will be audited in the Columbia River. The 23m long Elco is upside down and is complete with boiler and engine. There is no cost to divers since they will take care of their own food & accommodation.

    Contact Bill Meekel for more details.
     

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