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Posted by Max Bottomtime on March 08, 2006 at 20:30:06:

In Reply to: Too late.. posted by Brad on March 08, 2006 at 19:46:49:

I wish there was more of a middle ground for wreck artifacts. Your example is the extreme opposite of someone removing everything from a wreck to decorate their backyard. Only a few, or maybe even just one person was able to enjoy viewing a small piece of maritime history before nature destroyed the wreck. It seems such a waste that artifacts like that are not preserved and displayed in museums like the L.A. Maritime Museum
http://www.lamaritimemuseum.org/
I enjoy wrecks like the Olympic II where many divers have been allowed to enjoy seeing the wreck first hand, yet the few artifacts taken from the wreck have been restored and displayed for more to see.



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