2001 Jodrey Photos IV

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 III).

Looking up at the guys.  The stern is larger than the bow, and is even more imposing and impressive.
Some very interesting structures.
An "overhead" ladder.  The stern lays 90 degrees on its starboard side.  The entire wreck is twisted.
A winch head.
Andrew Driver examines some interesting stern structures.
All sorts of interesting artifacts abound.
A partially collapsed room.
Nice lights are all over the place.
Looking off in the distance, you can see the intact geometric structures of the stern.
A little bit of a closer look.
A searchlight hanging down.
I look back at the stern at the beginning of the long swim back.

I hope you have enjoyed my 2001 pictures of the Roy A. Jodrey, I know I sure enjoyed the dives!

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