15,000 years ago, 2/3 of what is today Wisconsin lay under the grip of colossal ice sheets. The climate warmed and they began to melt back. In their wake, they left an impressive glacial landscape of fascinating landforms - moraines, drumlins, kames, kettles, eskers, outwash plains, erratics, meltwater channels, potholes, driftless (unglaciated) topography, glacial lake beds, islands and more. justintrails.com
The SS Carl D. Bradley was a self-unloading Great Lakes freighter that sank in a Lake Michigan storm on November 18, 1958. Of the 35 crew members, 33 died in the sinking and 23 were from the port town of Rogers City, Michigan. Her sinking was likely caused by structural failure from the brittle steel used in her construction. She was the sister of the ill-fated SS Cedarville.
The steamer Col. James M. Schoonmaker just missed striking Duluth’s Aerial Lift Bridge, which had stopped while its lift span was just seventy-five feet above the water—about halfway down from its full 135 feet—when a circuit in the electric system shorted out. Click-through to read more on this near-miss collision with Duluth's most iconic structure! --->
June 17, 1935: Narrow Miss for Lift Bridge - Zenith City Online:
Edmund Fitzgerald 1974 Third Mate Mike Armagost in the chart room on the Fitz. You can just barely make out her stack and after cabin through the window below his elbow. Behind him is one of the radio units aboard the boat.