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Images from a dive to an unidentified wreck that appears to be a nineteenth-century steamer carrying railroad iron. Due to the presence of melted brass and shattered ceramics around the site, the wreck most likely sunk due to fire.
(l) view of the compound engine resting on its side; (r) looking aft at the two railroad-type boilers.
views of the squared-off iron screw.
(l) another view of the prop; (r) cargo of rail iron.
(l) brass gudgeon from the vessel's rudder; (r) brass valves and piping around the engine.