Historic barge stuck above Niagara Falls shifts

USA Today 2 weeks ago
Parks officials are monitoring a century-old grounded barge that briefly broke loose during a storm last week just above Niagara Falls. The rusty iron scow had been stuck since 1918 on rocks above the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side. (Nov. 4)

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Washington Examiner › 2 weeks ago
Park officials announced a historic, abandoned barge that was nestled above Niagara Falls shifted its position and moved, before getting stuck again.
The Guardian › 2 weeks ago
US parks officials are monitoring a century-old grounded barge that briefly broke loose during a storm last week in the river just above Niagara Falls
ABC News › Automobile › 2 weeks ago
Parks officials are monitoring a century-old grounded barge that briefly broke loose during a storm last week in the river just above Niagara Falls
The New York Times › 2 weeks ago
Parks officials are monitoring a century-old grounded barge that briefly broke loose during a storm last week in the river just above Niagara Falls.
ABC News › 2 weeks ago
A barge that has been stuck atop some rocks in Niagara Falls for more than 100 years has finally shifted as a result of severe weather.
CBC › Technology › 2 weeks ago
Niagara Parks Commission has determined exactly how far strong winds and rains shifted a historic iron scow at the top of the Canadian side of Niagara Falls last Thursday — which had been stuck in the same place for more than 100 years.
New York Post › 2 weeks ago
A century-old shipwreck stuck on rocks above Niagara Falls crept closer to the edge for the first time in 101 years following a heavy weekend storm, officials have confirmed. The decaying Iron Scow has been a key part of the falls folklore for...
CNN › 2 weeks ago
High winds and heavy rains dislodged the remains of a barge in the rapids above Niagara Falls that had been there 101 years.
Daily Mail Online › 2 weeks ago
Canada's Niagara Parks said an October 31 storm moved the iron dumping scow from its original position (inset) to its new location (main), an estimated 164 feet downriver.
New York Post › 1 week ago
A man somehow wound up in the waters near the edge of Niagara Falls clinging to a log for hours — before he was finally saved in a dramatic rescue mission, officials said. The unidentified 59-year-old was in the frigid Niagara River rapids for nearly...
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