Letters and Miscellanies

By Staff
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Above: An underwater Cooper-Bessemer engine.

This is one of two Cooper-Bessemer engines in about 40 feet of
water in Grand Cayman Harbor. The story is that the engines broke
loose in their mounts and the ship took on water and sank in about
1942. It was later blown up to clear the channel.

Greg Best
901 Shallow Run
Sarasota, FL 34240

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