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August 18, 2005


 

8/18 - Saginaw River Traffic - Todd Shorkey


Adam E. Cornelius unloadng at Bay Aggregates

Another View

Rebecca Lynn and barge waiting at Essroc

Close up
 

8/18 - Welland Canal Traffic - Angus Kennedy


Algosea up bound below Lock 7

PM 41 unloading sand in Port Colborne for the gypsum plant in Hagersville, Ontario
   
 

8/16 - Marquette by Rod Burdick


Canadian Leader with Beeghly on the other side.

Canadian Leader up close.

Charles M. Beeghly up close.

Beeghly with Canadian Leader on the other side.
 

Recent Burns Harbor Activity - Peter Zagorac


Burns Harbor in her namesake port

Tug John M. Selvick

Corps of Engineers shoring up the break water.
 

Tug Gregory J. Busch

Stern view

UP close
 
 

Historical Perspectives - William Forsythe


Carl D. Bradley at Rogers City. She broke in half during a storm on November 18, 1958.

Cedarville at Rogers City. Sunk in a collision with a Norwegian saltie in the Straits of Mackinaw May 7, 1965.

Whaleback tanker City of Everett at Port Arthur, Texas, September 8, 1903. She burned for 39 hours, but was rebuilt and and ran for another 20 years until sunk in a gale.
 
 

Alpena - Ben & Chandra McClain

     

Alpena arriving in Alpena.
     
 

Recent Detroit River Traffic - Mike Nichols


American Spirit down bound

Calumet at Sterling Fuel

Stern view

Courtney O crossing between Amherstburg and Bob-Lo Island.

Diamond Queen down bound below the Ambassador Bridge

C.C.G.S. Griffon at the Amherstburg Coast Guard Station.

Stephen B Roman unloading at the Essroc Dock in Windsor.


Stern view

       

Coast Guard Appreciation Day in Port Huron. Frank Frisk


Parade led by the Huron Lady and  Lady J.
 

U.S. Coast Guard Dolphin Helicopter did a man in the water rescue demonstration off Vantage Point
 
 

Former Great Lakes tankers now in salt water service - Jacques Paul


Canal Trader in Panama
Ex-Enerchem Refiner
Ex-Industrial Transport

Canal Trader

Dolphin in Bahamas
Ex-Enerchem Transport
 


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