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The Selah Chamberlain was built in 1873 as a wooden steam barge. It sank in a collision with the John Pridgeon Jr. while light and towing its consort Fayette Brown. Today it sits in 85’ of water and is a popular dive site. It has a steeple compound engine two boilers, horn timber rudder and propeller on site making it a great recreational dive.