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Attractions

727 from US Marshal's

Scuba diving through the fuselage is a surreal swim.  The combination of charred cockpit controls, missing wings and open hatches throughout is a one of a kind experience.  It truly is First Class Diving!

Railroad "Coal" Car

  • Depth at 55'

  • Sunk into the quarry in 2005

  • Located between the primary dock and the Boeing 727

  • Given to Mermet Springs after a derailment near the quarry that blocked the entrance for several days.

  • Weight - 45,000 lbs

Submarine

  • Depth at 60 '

  • Sunk into the quarry in 2006

  • Located at the north-west corner of the train box-car

  • A human-powered pedal submarine that was created as part of college competition.  

Ford Pickup Truck

  • Depth at 60'

  • Sunk into the quarry in 2007

  • Located near the 65' platform

Cessna & Cessna 152 Aircraft

  • Cessna depth at 55' / Cessna 152 depth at 40'

  • Cessna sunk in 2001 / Cessna 152 sunk in 2002

  • Cessna located between pickup and train box-car / Cessna 152 located near Cabin Cruiser

Ambulance

  • Depth at 45'

  • Sunk into the quarry in 2004

  • Located near Boeing 727

Firetruck

  • Depth at 50'

  • Sunk into the quarry in 2008

  • Located near the Boeing 727 and train box-car

  • Donated by Quincy fire department

Semi-Truck International

  • Depth at 30'

  • Sunk into the quarry in 1998

  • Located near the Boeing 727

  • Donated by Steve Weems of Mt. Vernon

Divecaching / Geocaching

  • Depth at 60'

  • Sunk into the quarry in 2010

  • Located in the cockpit of a Cessna plane

  • Available during operating hours

Other Attractions

  • Bruce the Shark: Depth - 8', Located between the motorcycle and the petting zoo

  • Petting Zoo: Depth - 12', Located near the swim beach

  • Cabin Cruiser: Depth - 40', Located between petting zoo and semi-truck

  • Motorcycle: Depth - 12', Located on the platform in front of the bus

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