The Craig Fahle Show

Tales and Treasures of a Great Lakes Ship Wreck

Friday, February 21, 2014

At just under 300 feet long with twin stacks, a walking beam engine and giant paddle wheels on either side that were nearly 40 feet in diameter, the Keystone State was the second-largest steamship on the Great Lakes during the mid-1800's. The Keystone State set out from Detroit, bound for Milwaukee, around Nov. 9, 1861 and was not seen again until last summer. Hear more at this weekends Shipwreck Festival


David Trotter