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Official Number 12086
Vessel Type Barkentine
Builder G. S. Weeks
Place Built Oswego, NY
Year Built 1852
Hull Material Wood
Masts 3 – 2 on site
Length 137 ft
Width 25 ft
Depth 11 ft
History Not Much is known. Her last voyage was carrying curbing stone from Buffalo, NY to Cleveland, OH. She ran into a storm and sank off Erie PA.
Disposition Sank in a storm September 24, 1870 off Erie, PA. The entire crew survived.
Source Erie Wrecks East Second Edition by Georgann and Michael Wachter
Complete Historic Information Link – none
Wreck Site Information
State or Province Pennsylvania
GPS Coordinates 42° 17.760′ N 079° 59.898′ W
Site Description: The hull is relatively intact but the bow is broken. There are deadeyes, belaying pins, and two wood stock anchors extant on site. The cargo os stone can still be seen in the hold. The stove is in debris off the stern.
Photographer(s) Jeremy Bannister
Year Captured 2018
Time it took to capture 40 minutes (estimate)
Modeler Ken Merryman
Date Completed April 30, 2020
Hours of input to complete 6 hrs
Sensor Size –
Multi-Camera Rig – No
Camera Propulsion – Diver
Video or Stills – Stills
Number of images Submitted – 569
Image resolution (pixels) 5472 x 3648
Lighting – Natural
Number of lights – 0
If known Kelvin Temperature
Light Output Lumens
Software Used – Agisoft Standard Edition Version 1.6.2 Build 10247
Data Format – .RAW
Number of Source Images used –
Are these images original or adjusted; Adjusted
Portion of the site covered: The model was shot for a photomosaic so sides of hull and centerboard trunk are missing.
Ownership/Payment Restrictions Images shot as part of a PASST project so any usage would nee their consent.
Usage Restrictions None
Resource Data in Database
Source Images Yes
Source CC .jpg
Still Images 569
Video Clip None