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

Guest:

David Trotter

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