North Carolina,USA

Northeastern was a cargo steamer laid down by Chicago Shipbuilding Company, and was launched in December 1901 for Northwestern Steamship Company. She was converted to a tanker two years later, and under a journey from Port Arthur to Philadelphia loaded with oil she hit ground at Diamond Shoals under poor visibility 30. December 1904 and sank. She placed herself on her keel, and the battered wreck rest today on a depth of approximately 12 to 15 meter.

Former names:

254,0 x 42,0 x 23,0 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
2157 grt
Chicago ( US ) 1901
( US )

Last updated: November 2020