Great Lakes & Seaway Shipping Great Lakes & Seaway Shipping Online

Return to News

Previous Gallery
Next Gallery
News Photo Gallery
November 3, 2005


11/3 - McKee Sons unloading at Carrolton - Dave Wobser

In the Saginaw River

Bow profile of a former classic beauty.

Tug Undaunted now provides the power.

Tug mast appears to have been too high someplace or modified to fit.

11/3 Soo Traffic - Dave Wobser

Big Brother passes Little Bro'. Columbia Star leaves the Poe Lock as the Courtney Burton approaches the MacArthur lock.

Courtney Burton's distinguished bow.

In the lock.

Saginaw down bound at Mission Point.

11/2 - James Norris in the Saginaw River - Stephen Hause

-James Norris outbound on Saginaw River

Closer view

Stern view

11/2 - Karen Andrie & Barge A-397 in Saginaw River - Todd Shorkey

 Karen Andrie & barge A-397 outbound at Smith Park in Essexville

Tug close up

 Stern View making the Essroc Dock

Karen Andrie moving around front for the tow outbound.

11/2 - Automobile and cargo in the Welland Canal - Paul Beesley

The car as it emerges from the canal.

The car clear of the water and ready to be placed ashore.

Crew from the Canadian Coast Guard station at Port Weller assist the police to recover the now well-irrigated pot plants

A view of the growing collection of herbs.

Police passing a few more plants across to CG.

One of the many plants floating down the canal. When leaving for vacation it is recommended that you thoroughly water all your houseplants before leaving.

The St Clair Enters The Harbor Of Lorain With Taconite For RTI Tech. - Jim Tiller


11/1 - Historical Perspectives - William Forsythe

Before She Was Famous. The Edmund Fitzgerald (left) is seen passing the John T Hutchinson on the St. Clair River in Port Huron, MI

Before She Was Famous. The Roy A Jodrey provides the backdrop for these picnickers at Pine Grove Park in Port Huron, MI

10/31 - Port of Indiana Traffic - Peter Zagorac

Algosoo starts up

Algosoo close up bow

Algosoo stern

Algosoo close up

Algosoo backing up

Stewart J. Cort enters port

Stewart J. Cort head on

Note: Please be advised that due to the large volume of photos being submitted for inclusion in this gallery and the time constraints involved in handling each submission, only selected photos will be used.  This page will continue to generally be used only for photos related to recent news or port/area reports and will only be released as time permits. Please visit the Public Gallery to upload and share you own photos.

If you have images to contribute please e-mail
For guide lines on submitting images click here

Return to Great Lakes & Seaway Shipping

Copyright All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.