Holiday In Illinois

Holiday in Illinois

ILLINOIS CAMPING RESOURCES

ORGANIZATIONS WHICH OFFER WILDERNESS

CAMPING TRIPS

Sierra Club, Illinois Chapter, 506 South Wabash, #505, Chicago, IL 60605; (312)431-0158. This Sierra Club chapter sponsors a number of backpacking trips, including trips for beginners.

USEFUL GUIDEBOOKS

Illinois Hiking and Backpacking TrailsZyznieu-ski, Walter and George. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1985.

INFORMATION ABOUT CANOEING AND BICYCLING IN

ILLINOIS

Illinois Department of Conservation, Lincoln Tower Plaza, 524 South Second Street, Springfield, IL 62701; (217)782-7617.

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INFORMATION ABOUT STATE PARK AND FOREST

CAMPGROUNDS

Illinois Department of Conservation, Lincoln Tower Plaza, 524 South Second Street, Springfield, IL 62701; (217)782-7617.

STATE HIGHWAY MAP AND TRAVEL INFORMATION

Illinois Office of Tourism, 310 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 108, Chicago, IL 60604; (312)793-2094/(800)223-0121.

LR 1942-1943, no. 19752 (A); LCR 1943 p. 6 (b); Starke/Schell; BoT wreck report for Assuan, 1946, no. 7941. Wrecksite The wreck is orientated in an ESE to WNW direction and lies on a seabed of firm sand and gravel in a general depth of 75 m (LAT). It is upright, completely intact, standing 6.5 m high at the stern end with the bows to the ESE, and covered in a profusion of soft corals. The bridge structure at the stern is slightly collapsed but, apart from the mast, everything else is in reasonable condition. The wreck covers an area 50 m long by 11 m wide. If the bell is located, it should be inscribed: Glanton Firth 1920.

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