Missouri drought reveals sunken steamship
Published on August 29th, 2012 | by Sevaan Franks0
Pieces of the sunken vessel are now clearly visible because of the near-record low water levels.
The Montana, built in 1882, was the largest vessel to ever travel the Missouri. It was longer than a football field.
The Montana struck an underwater tree in 1884 and was piloted ashore. The boat has been there ever since for the past 128 years.[tweetmeme][Full story] Story: CNN/KTVI| Photo: CNN/KTVI