At 190 feet and dating to the mid 1870s, the coal cars are one of the oldest wrecks in Lake Washington. The model shows three cars, each extremely well preserved, one of which is mostly immersed in silt. These cars are stacked with coal from when they were originially loaded nearly 150 years ago. More carts lay nearby, accessable via a line trail that guides divers from one cluster to the next.
This wreck was created with surface support from Jay Olsen, with the dive team Alex Adolfi (lighting) and Kees Beemster Leverenz (photography). Images were taken using a Sony A7RIII in a Nauticam housing, and the wreck was lit by four Big Blue VL33000P video lights.