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A very large, carefully fashioned beam that added longitudinal strength to the hull.
Close-up image of a boiler opening with the furnace door missing.
Charred frames and the heavy threaded bolts used to fasten the hull planking.
One of the Niagara's two 30-foot paddlewheels remained intact until looters destroyed it in the 1980s (see next photo).
The remains of paddlewheel after looters destroyed it in search of artifacts.
Broken shards scattered about the wreck site evoke memories of fine dining on the Great Lakes.