Steam powered Grab Crane Dredge operating in Fremantle Harbour 1924
Hopper Barge for Steam Bucket Dredge
Public Works Department
Rived Iron with timber deck and bottom
length 20.5m.breath 7m depth 3m
Significant wreckage still remains in depth 4-8m of water, makes this a popular scuba dive easily accessible from the shore (see map)
Around 1900 possibly by State Engineering Works for a Priestman Dredge
180 m off the North Mole The Barge initially lay 200m to the southeast of the original position which is now marked by an incinerator built on reclaimed land. The Barge was moved in 1988 by request of the WA Maritime Museum and divers to preserve this popular diving location
Unknown, many barges and equipment were abandoned off the North Mole including the Black Swan Dredge in 1911
3D Mapping of wreck by MAAWA
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