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November 9, 2004

Compiled by George Wharton

 
Topsail Schooner Highlander Sea Upbound the St. Marys River 10/27/04  B. Barnes

Highlander Sea passing the Lee A. Tregurtha on her way to MCM Marine, Sault Ste. Marie, MI for the winter.

Upbound.

Another view.

Meeting the downbound Armco.
Iroquois Lock, St. Lawrence Seaway 11/03/04  Wayne Clifford

Downbound Federal Kumano meeting the upbound Algontario.

Federal Kumano stern view.

Frontenac at the Iroquois Lock.

Frontenac prop wash.
Port Huron and the St. Clair River 10/22/04  Jeff G.

Federal Yoshino & tug Manitou.

Canadian Transfer.

Canadian Transport.

Spruceglen.

American Republic.

Frontenac backing from grain elevators, Sarnia.

Frontenac.

Reserve.
From the Soo to Port Huron 10/23 - 10/26/04  Dawn Roberts

Charles M. Beeghly downbound from the Soo Locks.

Fodas Pescadores upbound to the Locks.

Frontenac upbound at the Rotary Park.

Stern view.

Roger Blough approaching Rotary Park.

Oglebay Norton downbound.

Autumn along Lake Huron's shores.

41 Mile Point Lighthouse.

Presque Isle Lighthouse.

Moon shimmering over Lake Huron near Sanilac.

Algoville downbound at Port Huron.

Kaye E. Barker upbound at the Bluewater Bridges.
Historical Perspectives: Richard V. Lindabury at Lorain, September 1968  John R. Decator Jr.

Bow profile.

 Inside the pilot house.

Looking towards the stern from the.

View towards the bow.

Another view.

The limestone cargo.

The engine room.
Historical Perspectives  William Lafferty

The Tom M. Girdler assisted aft by Great Lakes tug Delaware makes the turn from the South Branch into the Chicago River on her way from Pascagoula, MS to the yard of the American Ship Building Co. at South Chicago, Sept. 20, 1951.

Pilothouse being installed on the Tom M. Girdler, Oct. 1951.  The vessel passing is Cleveland-Cliffs' Chacornac, while at the right, Interlake's Joseph Sellwood loads coal at Rail-to-Water Transfer.


 

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