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not the ss success

An old cannery tender in 190 feet of water in Lake Washington.


Thanks to Ben Griner for the use of his excellent boat and equipment, and to Casey Offord for tending.


It is believed by some that this is the steamer SS Success that sank off Madison Park in 1907.


ss success


All around this wreck is what we are pretty sure is spray painted words like "slow" and "danger." Spray paint was invented by Edward Seymour in 1949.