This shipwreck lies in 120′ of water south of Long Point, Lake Erie; as a result of damage in a collision with the Brigantine Sir Charles Napier during a heavy snow squall. Cargo was 1000 cast-iron stoves in the hold, 200 tons of railroad iron on deck, with 2 brand new Francis Metallic Lifeboats. They made it possible for all the crew to escape the rapid sinking.
The poster in this video has been drawn by Canada’s renown marine artist Ian Morgan. Ian’s drawing depicts the shipwreck exactly as it lays on the bottom of Lake Erie today. The detail is amazing. Photos around the drawing are by John Veber. His photos and Dan Lindsay’s video have aided Ian in compiling this fantastic colour rendition.