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January 26, 2005

Compiled by George Wharton

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Burns International Harbor / Port of Indiana Jan. 18, 2005 by P Zagorac:

Stewart J. Cort unloading.

Holly Marine tug Chris Ann.

Calumet River Fleeting tug John M. Selvick and barge.

Holly Marine tug Katie Ann.

Katie Ann with barge.

Another view.

Chris Ann with the stern of the Cort.

Stern of the Cort in the early evening.
Genesis Explorer (ex. Algosar) at Quebec Harbor Jan. 16 & 17, 2005 by Frederick Frechette:

At sec. 50, Beauport Terminal, St. Charles River Jan. 16.

Moved to sec. 105 Anse-aux-Foulons Terminal loading liquid animal fats from tank trucks for an unknown destination Jan. 17.

Bow view with tank truck.

Stern view.
CCGS Samuel Risley returning to the Great Lakes from Shelburne, NS Dec. 5 - 7, 2004 by Paul Beesley:

Alongside the Coast Guard base at Dartmouth, NS.

CCGS Louis S. St. Laurent, Canada's largest icebreaker inbound Halifax after 4 month stint in the Arctic.

View of the Canso lock from the Samuel Risley.  This seaway max. lock was built to allow ships to transit the Strait of Canso (between the Nova Scotia mainland and Cape Breton Island).

Perce Rock on the Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec.

A light on the main deck iced up due to stormy and cold trip.

The bell also accumulated a fair amount of freezing spray.
Winter Lay-up Photos Jan. 20, 2005 by Matt Ruscher:

Algowood at Sarnia's Gov't Dock.

Saginaw rafted to the Maumee at Sarnia's North Slip.

Pineglen rafted to the Peter R. Cresswell at the Port Weller Dry Docks.

CSL Niagara in dry dock at the Port Weller Dry Docks.

Time Saver II at Port Stanley, ON.
Edwin H. Gott on the Detroit River and at Zug Island Jan. 17, 2005 by Tom Welles:

Downbound the Detroit River for Zug Island with the last load through the Soo.

Ice on the bow.

Passing under the Ambassador Bridge.

Turning around.

In light snow with steam from the Zug Island plaants.

Tugs getting into position.

Making the turn into the North Cut.

Detroit skyline.
Other Photos - by Dave Merchant Jan. 14, 2005: - by Ed  Saliwonchyk Jan. 18, 2005:

Southdown Challenger waiting for weather in Detroit.

Another view.

Algoway in lay-up at Owen Sound, ON
St. Lawrence Seaway from earlier this year by Fritz Shantz:

CSL Laurentien.

Canadian Prospector.

John D. Leitch.



Bow profile.
Salties seen recently by Allan Culley:

Daviken passing Mission Point.

Iryda downbound the St. Marys River.

Kathrin passing Mission Point.

Prinsenborg on the St. Clair River.

Puffin passing Mission Point.

Rio Glory passing Mission Point.

Yick Hua downbound the St. Marys River.

Ziemia Gnieznienska passing Mission Point.
Historical Perspectives by Rudi Rabe:

Blanche Hindman aground St. Clair River off St. Clair, MI.

Cason J. Callaway upbound the Livingston Channel.

Robert C. Norton at Cleveland.

Tipperary & Marysville on Lake St. Clair.

Simcoe downbound the Detroit River.

Simcoe in ice western Lake Erie.

Paul H. Carnahan downbound Lake St. Clair.

Amoco Illinois at Windsor, ON.

Canadian Mariner downbound Lake St. Clair.

George A. Sloan on the Rouge River.

Hilda Marjanne at Ojibway anchorage.

Joseph H. Frantz on the Detroit River.

Kinsman Enterprise downbound Lake St. Clair.

Mantadoc, Port Colborne, ON

Parker Evans unloading in Milwaukee.
Historical Perspectives by Jim Hoffman:

Buffalo (2) (ex. Diamond Alkali) inbound C&O Coal docks, Toledo, OH in 1977 to load coal.

Saginaw Bay (ex. Diamond Alkali, Buffalo) outbound Maumee Bay 1978 after loading.


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