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November 3, 2004

Compiled by George Wharton

 
Toledo and Detroit Activity 10/26 - 11/01/04  Mike Nicholls

Gradel's tug Josephine at Toledo 10/26.

McKeil's barge Labrador Spirit and tug Evans McKeil at the T.W.I. Dock on the Maumee River.
 

Another view of the barge.

Tug Evans McKeil.

Prinsenborg (Holland) at T.W.I.

Stern view.

Onego Traveller (Holland) at C & O, Toledo.

Another view.

Stern view.

Courtney Burton at Lakefront.

Another view.

Tug William G. Gaynor at Lakefront.

Corps of Engineers tugs Cheraw and Koziol inbound the Maumee off C & O headed for the shipyard.

Another view.

Carolyn Hoey in the old Rouge River entrance 10/31.

Michipicoten downbound passing Zug Island.

Tug Susan Hoey, Catherine Desgagnes with Capt. Roger (left) on the William Hoey and Chief Jim on the Susan Hoey 11/01/04.

Barge being built in the large drydock at the shipyard in Toledo.

Corps of Engineers tug Cheraw at the shipyard.

Stern view.

Players Riverboat Casino II in the small drydock in Toledo.

Another view.

Catherine Desgagnes upbound the Maumee River at the Craig Memorial Bridge.

Another view.

Richard Reiss unloading salt just below the Craig Bridge.

Stern view.

Susan Hoey downbound the Maumee River.

Another view.
Recent Superior, WI Activity  Franz VonRiedel

J.B. Ford after arrival at Fraser Shipyard.

Waiting her turn behind the Frantz, who's repairs are almost done.

A classic lineup: Frantz, ford, and Sherwin.

Fraser's Phil Milroy, originally the Soo supply boat, a predecessor to the Ojibway.

Middletown pulls into Cutler in Superior.

Steve Haverty walking ahead with the bow line.

Halloween night: J.B. Ford and the Frantz sit quietly, viewing the city of Superior from their "front row" seats.

Close up of the Frantz' bow.

Close up of the J.B.'s bow.

MCM's Mohawk at the Marine Tech pier in Duluth.

Mohawk, Callie M, and Miss Laura; 3,000-HP all pulling together.

Marine Tech's big DPC tug Miss Laura, working to right a sunken barge.

J.B. Ford in service last month with her "customer".

Bow view of the two ships really shows the difference in width.

John Sherwin in lay-up.

Close up.

MCM at work in the Duluth harbor.

Dredge tender Peach State, a former GLD&D tug.

Northeastern Maritime's vintage tug Mount McKay.

North Carolina with a fresh coat of paint.
Oshawa Activity 11/02/04  Jim Gallacher

Greenwing unloading rebar at the Port of Oshawa.

Stern view.

Another view.


 

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