Where is Patricia Lake?

Where is Patricia Lake?

Patricia Lake is a lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada, near the town of Jasper. It was named for Princess Patricia of Connaught, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria.

What happened to World War II’s Patricia Lake?

An underwater plaque at the site notes its part in World War II history. The site continues to be visited by recreational divers. The wreckage has deteriorated in recent years and has suffered from vandalism and graffiti. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Patricia Lake (Alberta).

What are some famous shipwrecks in the Great Lakes?

A lake freighter that sank in a collision with the Dalwarnic off Somerset . A Great Lakes cruise ship that burned and sank at Toronto dock, with over 100 passengers killed. Paddlewheeler. Schooner. Schooner. A British 22-gun brig-sloop sunk in a storm on Lake Ontario, discovered in 2008. The oldest shipwreck ever found on the Great Lakes.

What was the size of the Patricia Lake prototype?

In January 1943, Patricia Lake was chosen as the test site for building a prototype vessel. The planned vessel was to be 2,000 feet (600 m) long and the prototype was to be a 1:10 scale model of this.

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