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November 14, 2005

 

11/14 - Historical Perspectives - Emory Massman

11/14 - Tug Jacklyn M in a previous life - Rudi Rabe

City of Mackinac at Cheboygan, Michigan in the early 20th century.
 

Milwaukee Clipper makes her way across Lake Michigan

Andrew Martin in New Orleans in 1980.

11/13 - Maritime Trader up bound in the St. Clair River - John Meyland

11/12 - Maritime Trader loading in Huron, Ohio - Roger LeLievre
 

11/12 - Saginaw River Traffic - Gordy Garris

Agawa Canyon unloading at the GM dock

Wide view of the Canyon and the Iglehart

Another view of the Canyon and the Iglehart
 
 

Bow Profile of Agawa Canyon

Workers aboard the Canyon in the morning fog
 

JAW Iglehart unloading at the Carrollton Lafarge dock
 
 

11/11 - Kurt R. Luedtke and Barge in Alpena - Ben & Chanda McClain

Luedtke Barge No. 10

Kurt R. Luedtke

Stern view

Broadside

11/10 - St. Clair backing out of Huron, Ohio after unloading - Mike Nichols

11/12 - First Glimpse of Maritime Trader under challenging weather conditions. - John Meyland.


Passing the Huron West Pier Light.

First glimpses of Maritime Trader, from Dave Michelsons's boat Queen, during challenging weather conditions on the St. Clair River.

11/10 - Historical Perspectives - Emory Massman

Amasa Stone, small wooden freighter, large steel ship, and a Canadian turret ship waiting to lock up bound through the Canadian Lock.

Christopher Columbus at speed. That might be her long time captain, Charles Moody, standing on top of the pilot house. Note the open gangways in the ships side. Meeting the Columbus when she was running 20 MPH into a head sea was an awesome sight with the spray going as high as the pilot house on each side of the ship.


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