100-Year-Old Steam Train Found At The Bottom Of A Lake — How The Hell Did It Get There?

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A team of shipwreck hunters has found a very interesting wreck at the bottom of Noth America's deepest lake.  

Canadian Pacific Railway Locomotive No 694 was hauling a goods train near the town of Marathon, Ontario on the northern shore of Lake Superior on June 19, 1910, when it hit multiple boulders that had fallen on the tracks after a rock slide. The train plunged into the lake 60 feet (18.2 metres) below and finally came to rest on the lake bed 235 feet (71.6 metres) below sea level. 

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