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May 18, 2005
Compiled by George Wharton


 

Cedarglen at Marquette by Lee Rowe

Algocape at Duluth by Glenn Blaszkiewicz

 

 

Detroit River on May 11 - 17, 2005 by Mike Nicholls


Detroit Princess upbound at Grassy Island May 17.


Barge Pere Marquette 41 and tug Undaunted downbound at Grassy Island.

Montrealais upbound at Grassy Island

Stern view.

Cedarglen unloading at the ADM Dock in Windsor.

Stern view.

Algosoo loading at the Ojibway Salt Dock.

Stern view.

Herbert C Jackson outbound from Severstal Steel to the Detroit River.

 

Stern view.

Gaelic tug Carolyn Hoey inbound to the Gaelic Dock.

Gaelic tug Shanon inbound the Rouge to the home dock.
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Courtney Burton in Buffalo by Brian Wroblewski


Burton entering the Buffalo River from the lake at the Main Light.

Passing the Main Light.

D
etail of the bow section.

Stern.

Turning to head up the City Ship Canal off the Buffalo River at the Erie Basin while passing the Missile Cruiser USS Little Rock.
     
 

Montreal recently by Kent Malo


Amazon Express

Stern view

Cecilia Desgagnes

Cicero

Goldeneye

Oceanex Avalon

Bow

Stern view

 

Saginaw River by Todd Shorkey


Joseph H. Thompson inbound at Wheelers Landing on Saturday

Close up of the tug

Stern view at Liberty Bridge

Fred R. White, Jr. inbound nearing Independence Bridge on Thursday

Another view

Passing through Indy Bridge
   

 

Hornbeck Oil barge Tow by Scott Best


Escort II and Krystal on the stern.

Erika Kobasic on the bow.

Mary Page Hannah stands by of K&K.

Tugs turn barge in the turning basin.

Another view turning.
Mary Page Hannah leads tow down the Menominee River.

Close up of Mary Page and Escort II
 

Heading through Mason St Bridge.

Stern view headed to Walnut St Bridge.
   

 

Hollyhock pulling the Winter Markers in Buffalo Harbor on May 3 by Matt

 
 
Soo Locks May 7 by Rod Burdick
Detroit May 15 by Tom Welles
Courtney Burton Approaching the Poe Lock upbound on her first Lake Superior trip for 2005
Canadian Ranger - Departing the MacArthur Lock downbound
(Algosar in background unloading at Soo, Canada)

David Z. Norton, downbound near Ambassador Bridge

McKee Sons, downbound at Zug Island

West 3rd St. Bridge Move by Brian H. Detlev

   

Bridge move in Cleveland.
Saginaw in Owen Sound at the Elevators May 12. Cecil Rawn

Algoisle Leads Algoway to Lake Huron  5-14-05. John Meyland

Recent Toronto Images

 

Maple City

William Rest

Playfair

Caribou Isle Departing Prescott Dave Maville

 

Algoway Sunset by David Winsor


Algoway making its way through heavy ice between Meldrum Bay and Bruce Mines north of Drummond and Cockburn Islands.

Another view

steaming west on Lake Huron
 
 

Rouge River by David Borg


Tug Wyoming towing CSL Niagara by the stern.

Bow passing through the raised Dex St. bridge.

Tug Maine guiding the bow.

 

Historical perspective by Rudi Rabe


Carol
Lake
, Downbound Lake St. Clair 1980ís

Henry Ford II, East Outer Channel 1981

Calcite II, Downbound Livingston Channel early 80ís

R. Bruce Angus,
Lake St Clair early 80ís

Roger Blough, St. Clair River 1976

Sylvania

Algocen, St. Clair River 1984

Simcoe
, downbound Detroit River 1980ís

Tadousacc, Anchored Ojibway 1984

Mantadoc
, Port Colbourn 1989

James A Hannah, Navy Pier Chicago, 1979

Canadian Prospector,
Toledo early 90ís

Mackinaw,
St. Clair River 1984

Griffon,
St. Clair River 1984

DesGrolliers
, St. Clair River 1984

Parker Evans,
Milwaukee, WI 1974

George A Sloan, inbound the Rouge at
Conrail Bridge 1980ís
 

 

 

 

Historical perspective postcard submitted by William Forsythe:


The ill-fated Henry B Smith that was sunk in the Big Storm of November 1913. She is shown in Ashtabula Harbor in this 1910 postcard
 

 

 


 

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