Trinidad (1867)
Gallery
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Histroic Photo of the schooner Trinidad wintering at Sarnia, Ontario, 1873
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Diver Zach Whitrock descends on the Trinidad
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Photo of the Wheel of the Trinidad located on the bottom to the starboard side of the stern next to the wreck
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The Trinidad's Intact Deck House
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Sonar Image of the Trinidad
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Still Image of the 3d Photogrammetry Model of the Trinidad. Can be viewed here https://skfb.ly/oKNnY
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Trinidads Bow
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Stern of the Trinidad
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Capstan on the Deck of the Trinidad
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View inside the Aft Cabin of the Trinidad. Note the dishes.
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Service History

Last Document Surrendered Chicago 5/18/1881
Final Voyage

"The schooner Trinidad bound from Port Huron to Chicago with a cargo of coal foundered at about 5 am Wednesday 5/11/1881, approximately ten miles off Ahnapee. While off the ship canal, the Trinidad was found to be leaking, and the pumps were started, but with little effect. "Shortly before five" the crew realized she was sinking and abandoned her in their small boat. As the schooner sank, she unshipped her foremast."
Today

The Wreck of the Trinidad was relocated in deep water by Maritime Historians Brendon Baillod and Robert Jaeck in July 2023.
 
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