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August 23, 2004

Compiled by George Wharton

 
International Shipmasters Association, Port Huron Lodge No.2 annual picnic/cruise by Roger LeLievre 8/21/04

Adam E. Cornelius passes tug Wilf Seymour with barge Lambert's Spirit.

Grayfox skipper, LCDR William Barnhardt.

Philip R. Clarke upbound at Port Huron.

Coast Guard vessels rafted alongside. The Grayfox's crew serve leftovers to the hungry "Coasties".

CSL Laurentien upbound.

Father Peter Van der Linden, dean of Great Lakes marine historians, takes in the view from Grayfox.

Tanker Gemini upbound, past boats anchored watching the hydroplane races.

Sam Laud downbound.

Presque Isle stern view.

McKeil tug Wilf Seymour.

Shipmasters Lodge No.2 banner proudly displayed on Grayfox.

Shipmaster member's pennants fly from Grayfox's mast.

Members enjoying the cruise.

A posse of U.S. & Canadian law enforcement vessels patrolled the hydroplane area.  The river was closed while the heats were run.
Drummond Island by Tim Wagner 5/28 & 5/30/04

Cason J. Callaway loading at Drummond Island.

Stewart J. Cort upbound in the St. Marys River just passed the Detour Reef Light.
Duluth by Glenn Blaszkiewicz 8/22/04

Montrealais unloading cement at St. Lawrence Cement.

Wide-angle view.
St. Marys River by Tod Davis 5/15 - 5/20/04

Canadian Transport downbound in the West Neebish Channel.

Saltie Mandarin downbound.

Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin downbound.

Stern view.

Tug Owen M. Frederick downbound in the MacArthur Lock.

Saltie Sandviken downbound in the West Neebish Channel.

St. Clair downbound in the lower St. Marys River.

Armco downbound in the West Neebish Channel.
Historic Perspective by George Graham


John A. Kling circa 1970 upbound on the Manitowoc River with a load of stone for the cement plant.

Historical Perspective submitted by Jim Morris

Goderich, ON harbor during winter lay up.
This old photograph was take February 18, 1962 by Ed Morris (Jim's father).


 

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