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The wreck of the "MUSWA" rests on the southern Hudson Bay shoreline. During its time, this coal tender ferried between York Factory and merchant ships at anchor in the Bay. During a storm in the 1920, a rogue wave extinguished and ruptured the boiler, placing the ship at the mercy of the storm. Soon later it washed ashore, finding its final resting place.
Taken By
Michael Gerhartz
Taken On
December 12, 2022
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