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CENTURY OLD SUNKEN SHIP PRESERVED IN PERFECT CONDITION BENEATH LAKE SUPERIOR
Gunilda was a steel-hulled Scottish-built steam yacht in service between her construction in 1897 and her sinking in Lake Superior in 1911.

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CENTURY OLD SUNKEN SHIP PRESERVED IN PERFECT CONDITION BENEATH LAKE SUPERIOR
Gunilda was a steel-hulled Scottish-built steam yacht in service between her construction in 1897 and her sinking in Lake Superior in 1911.

What amazing pics
 
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CENTURY OLD SUNKEN SHIP PRESERVED IN PERFECT CONDITION BENEATH LAKE SUPERIOR
Gunilda was a steel-hulled Scottish-built steam yacht in service between her construction in 1897 and her sinking in Lake Superior in 1911.


WOW.
 
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CENTURY OLD SUNKEN SHIP PRESERVED IN PERFECT CONDITION BENEATH LAKE SUPERIOR
Gunilda was a steel-hulled Scottish-built steam yacht in service between her construction in 1897 and her sinking in Lake Superior in 1911.

Not sure if that's the boat I seen on a TV programme....it sank due to the weight of ice that built up on its deck during an ice storm.
 
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Well, at least you know now how the easterbunny came to be.........
I always figured the Easter bunny came from European (specifically German) monastic life. Long ago, during Lent, no solid food was allowed for the monks. So, they brewed heavy, strong beers to be their “liquid bread” through the fasting time. After 40 straight days of drinking Doppelbock, and eating no solid food, seeing a giant pink rabbit hiding multi-colored eggs wouldn’t seem that odd.
 

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Charlie Musselman flying thru the air at Langhorne.
Charlie survived with not one broken bone, his shoes were found inside the car.

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