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The wreck of the Empress of Ireland lies in 130 feet of water in the frigid St. Lawrence River. While the wreck is well within reach of scuba divers, it is a treacherous wreck to visit due to the near-freezing temperature of the water and the strong currents. The riverbed is gravel, but the currents have deposited  ever-shifting layers of silt within the wreck. Debris litters the site, co-mingling with bones of the victims.

The wreck of the Empress of Ireland lies in 130 feet of water in the frigid St. Lawrence River. While the wreck is well within reach of scuba divers, it is a treacherous wreck to visit due to the near-freezing temperature of the water and the strong currents. The riverbed is gravel, but the currents have deposited ever-shifting layers of silt within the wreck. Debris litters the site, co-mingling with bones of the victims.

An India Bucket List for Photographers - streets of Jaisalmer

An India Bucket List for Photographers - streets of Jaisalmer

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