Northwest Passage
rating: +2+x
Item#: XXXX
Level3
Containment Class:
esoteric
Secondary Class:
geographical
Disruption Class:
vlam
Risk Class:
warning
Assigned Site Site Director Research Head Assigned Task Force
USMEDI-Site-44 Marcus Carringer Travis Strand ATF H-5
river

SCP-XXXX access point.


map

SCP-XXXX access point and proposed canal bypass.

Special Containment Procedures: Applied Task Force Hudson-5 ("Voyageurs") has been formed to manage SCP-XXXX containment operations. This task force operates from the research vessel SCPF Wayfinder and the hopper barge SCPF Nashville, which maintain a perimeter around the mouth of SCP-XXXX and redirect any vessels attempting to access it. The current cover story is that debris from a landslide made that section of the river unsafe.

Assets in the United States government are working on Project Roosevelt, which would involve the construction of a 3.2 kilometer canal between the Kennebec and Androscoggin Rivers. This would route boat traffic away from SCP-XXXX and mitigate the threat to civilians and private shipping.

Historical accounts of SCP-XXXX have either been confiscated by the Department of External Affairs or discredited by the Department Of Public History (see Document M.XXXX-21).


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Seventeenth-century map conceptually similar to SCP-XXXX, and likely influenced by it.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous waterway that manifests at the mouth of the Androscoggin River in Sagadahoc County, Maine. Measured at 4770 kilometers in length, SCP-XXXX extends across North America from Merrymeeting Bay, where it connects to the Atlantic Ocean, to an outlet near Vancouver, British Columbia, where it connects to the Pacific Ocean via the Strait of Georgia. Due to the obvious topographical anomaly this presents, it is believed that SCP-XXXX exists within a closed Kirillov-type manifold, a structure with a self-contained interior that can only be entered through a single point in normal space.