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June 21, 2005


 

Detroit Traffic by Mike Nicholls

Dean tugs NEPTUNE III and BOBBY BOWES.
Andrie barge A 397 and KAREN ANDRIE upbound at Grassy Island

MISSISSAGI upbound at Grassy Island.
JOHN B AIRD upbound at Grassy Island.

AMERICAN SPIRIT downbound at Grassy Island.
PETER R CRESSWELL downbound in the Ballards Reef Channel.

PELEE FLYER I and II on the dock at Dean's yard

H.M.S. DETROIT at the Dean Construction Yard in La Salle

COLUMBIA STAR downbound at Grassy Island
CANADIAN TRANSFER loading at the Ojibway Salt Dock.

LEE A TREGURTHA upbound at Grassy Island.
CALUMET at Sterling Fuel in Windsor.

ARMCO upbound at Grassy Island.

CSL LAURENTIEN upbound at Grassy Island.

HALIFAX downbound at Grassy Island.

MAUMEE upbound at Grassy Island.

Privately owned ex Corps of Engineer tug PIONEER getting a new paint job in Wyandotte.
Tanker CRESTAR (Luxembourg) being topped off with coal tar by the barge 950 and Gaelic's CAROLYN HOEY in the Belle Isle Anchorage.

The CITY OF ALGONAC upbound behind Fighting Island after leaving the Dean Construction Yard.
Mc Keil's LABRADOR SPIRIT sitting across the Ojibway Slip loading the crates unloaded by the BELUGA ETERNITY.  The tug is the EVANS MC KEIL.
 
The old CSL Shed in Windsor is being demolished.
       

Munising and Marquette by Rod Burdick

Armco delivered coal to Munising on June 4.

Algoisle Marquette

Herbert C. Jackson - Loading ore
 
       

Marquette by Lee Rowe


Montrealais coming around the end of the ore dock.

Turning to approach the dock

A very still evening.

Putting a man over.....a little stretch.
At the dock.

Tire marks on the bow of the ship.

Adam E. Cornelius at the dock. 6-20

Kaye E. Barker at the dock.

Pathfinder

Dorothy Ann

Herbert C. Jackson, wide view, Monday June 13.

Jackson at the dock

Michipicoten, bow view

Michipicoten wide view.
 
       

Saginaw River by Todd Shorkey

American Republic inbound on Sunday at Cass Ave.

Stern view

G.L. Ostrander & Integrity upbound just past the airport turn

Close up of the tug

Stern view at Cheboyganing Creek

Donald C. Hannah upbound passing Bay Aggregates

Close up of the tug

Stern view approaching Dow Chemical
       

Saginaw River by Gordy Garris


The Algoway inbound Sunday with a load of salt for the Sargent Dock in Zilwaukee.
 
       
Burton in Buffalo. Brian W.  

Burton in the City Ship Canal at General Mills
   
       
Beluga Revolution at anchor in Lake Ontario outside Port of Oswego, NY harbor. June 19 8:50 P.M. By: John Wooden
Clyde Butcher on the Mississippi River. By: Jim Tuxbury

 
       
Wolverine in Cleveland by Kent Gurney   Boatnerd Cruise by Dick Wicklund

In the Cuyahoga Old Riverbed to unload a cargo of limestone
 
 

Historical Perspective submitted by William Forsythe: Construction progress photos as Collingwood Shipyard construct their Hull #186 in 1965 to become the Algoma Marines self-unloader Roy A Jodrey.


The Lower Engineroom Floor and Machinery Decks take shape at the stern of Hull 186.

The Engineroom Main Deck installation near completion

The Stern is capped off up to the Spar Deck Level
 

The Engineroom Gangway Doors are cut out at the Main Deck Level as topside work continues
The ships name begins to appear at the stern and the hull plates continue up to the Poop Deck Level
The After Deckhouse is installed. Self-Unloader Belt Loop Casings appear at the bow, the name and draft marks are complete
   


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