A World War I-era freighter that sank to the bottom of Lake Superior 100 years ago has been located.
Searchers have found a long-lost Great Lakes ship that came to a tragic end.
A 292-foot Whaleback barge has been discovered at the bottom of Lake Superior nearly 120 years after it sunk during a powerful storm in 1902.
Endurance belonged to Sir Ernest Shackleton, who led a crew of 27-men and 69 dogs who attempted to traverse the continent via the South Pole and establish a base on the coast of the Weddell Sea.
On Sept. 8, 1860, the PS Lady Elgin collided with the schooner Augusta, resulting in the deaths of more than 300 people.