2001 Jodrey Photos II

All images on this page 2001 by Christina Young.

The Roy A. Jodrey is a 640-foot long sunken bulk steel freighter in the Thousand Islands region of the St. Lawrence River near Alexandria Bay, New York.  She lies 140 feet (crows nest) to 250 feet under fresh, clear water, having been sunk in 1974 after striking Pullman Shoal.  More on the Jodrey can be found here.

The following pictures (all images from video) are from the Mad Dog Expeditions trip to the Jodrey, June 9-10, 2001.  (Continued from page I).

Inside the Jodrey's bridge.
Looking along side of the bridge.
Looking out the Jodrey's bridge windows.
There are a lot of interesting artifacts everywhere.
Looking down a stairway inside the bow.  The Jodrey is a fabulous penetration wreck!  For some reason, however, I don't think that many divers do much penetration on her, from the kinds of artifacts and other things I saw inside.
Swimming down a hallway deep inside.
This hallway turns out to be completely blocked by collapsed debris.
Andrew Driver explores the bow with his Cis-Lunar Mk-5P rebreather.
Greg Jackson exits the bridge.
Looking up at the impressive mast and crow's nest structure on the bow. 
This is a hatch on one of the lower decks of the bow superstructure.
A doorway into one of the superstructure's lower decks.  All of the portholes are still there; they are steel.

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