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The Niagara II was built in 1930 in
Haverton Hill-on-Tees, England as a tanker and was later used as a sandsucker.
It's length is 55.5m (182ft) and lays at a depth of 28m (90ft).
The Niagara II was purposely sunken as a dive site in May 1999.
Look for commemorative plaques and lots of machinery.
The shipwreck's location is number 26 on the dive site location map.