Pilot house of the sunken Edmund Fitzgerald, which sank in Lake Superior near…

Today in History 11/10/1975 – Edmund Fitzgerald sinks in Lake Superior

Pilot house of the sunken Edmund Fitzgerald, which sank in Lake Superior near Whitefish Point, MI. The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down, about the big lake they call .

Michigan – Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum.  See the bell from the Edmund Fitzgerald and other artifacts from the Shipwreck Coast.  From Travel50StatesWithKids.com #familytravel

The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum has the bell from the Edmund Fitzgerald; the freighter that went down in 1975 and lost 29 crew members. Take a day trip from Sault Ste. Marie, MI west to see the museum, lighthouses, beaches, and much more!

Edmund Fitzgerald 1975- we were at the locks in the 1972 and I took a picture of her. There were crew members on deck. I only discovered that photo a few years ago and it gave me the goosebumps.

On November 1975 the iron ore carrier, SS Edmund Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior. All 29 crew members died. At the time, it was the worst shipping disaster on the Great Lakes in 11 years.Perhaps you've heard about this famous shipwreck.

June 8, 1958 – The SS Edmund Fitzgerald is launched; she will be the largest Lake freighter for more than a dozen years.

November 1975 – The freighter SS Edmund Fitzgerald sinks during a storm on Lake Superior, killing all 29 crew on board.

The S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald (729 ft)was lost with her entire crew of 29 men on Lake Superior on November 10, 1975.  She was enroute to a steel mill near Detroit with a full load of iron ore when she was caught in a northeaster and sunk in 530 feet of water, 17 miles north-northwest of Whitefish Point, Michigan.

Great Lakes freighter SS Edmund Fitzgerald, sank with all hands 10 Nov 1975 in Lake Superior

Whitefish Point - Lighthouse and Shipwreck Museum. Home of the bell of the Edmund Fitzgerald.

Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum & Whitefish Point Light Station

The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum & Whitefish Point Museum is a collection of historic buildings and artifacts that represent a highly informative piece of maritime history with guided tours.

The five Great Lakes are Superior, Huron, Ontario, Erie and Michigan...the Edmund Fitzgerald sank with her crew of 29 on Lake Superior, and made famous by a song from Gordon Lightfoot.

The five Great Lakes are Superior, Huron, Ontario, Erie and Michigan.the Edmund Fitzgerald sank with her crew of 29 on Lake Superior, and made famous by a song from Gordon Lightfoot.best folk song ever.

EDMUND FITZGERALD (steel bulk freighter) the last photograph ever taken of "The Fitz" before her untimely loss on Lake Superior.

EDMUND FITZGERALD steel bulk freighter the last photograph ever taken of "The Fitz" before her untimely loss on Lake Superior

The Wreck of the ”Edmund Fitzgerald” - Gordon Lightfoot

The Wreck of the ”Edmund Fitzgerald” - Gordon Lightfoot

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