SS Edmund Fitzgerald - Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
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History of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald:
The SS Edmund Fitzgerald, a 729-foot-long Great Lakes freighter named after the president of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, operated from 1958 to 1975 and primarily transported taconite iron ore. It sank in Lake Superior during a severe storm on November 10, 1975, resulting in the loss of all 29 crew members onboard, and remains one of the most well-known maritime disasters in American history. The wreckage was discovered by a Navy aircraft on November 14th, 1975, at a depth of 530 feet.
- 810 LEGO® elements, UV printed graphics
- Spiral-bound premium instruction booklet
- Histobrick bamboo box packaging with custom sleeve
- 1:430 scale
- Posable rudder
- UV printed graphics (no stickers!)
- Built dimensions: 19.5" x 3" x 2"
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