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December 17, 2005


 

12/18 - Tug Wilf Seymour and barge Alouette Spirit

 At New London, CT State Pier Saturday afternoon. Didn't appear to be any activity going on. First time this pair has been to New London.

 
 

12/17 - More views of New Mackinaw damage - Charles Younker



 

12/17 - Interior Panoramic views of the new Mackinaw - Patrick Neja



Curbside View.
 

Panoramic view of the bridge with all its high-tech control systems.

Panoramic view out the massive windows of the bridge at the Marinette harbor.

12/17 - Buffalo Activity - Brian Wroblewski

H-O Oats flour mill being demolished by wrecking ball

Another view.

Manistee unloading at the Sand Supply Company Landing on the Buffalo Ship Canal.

Another view.

 

12/15 - Last voyage of the Willowglen -R. LaPorte
 Down bound approaching Seaway lock at Iroquois, ON, being towed by tug Tony MacKay. September. 10, 2005.



12/15 - USCGC Mackinaw WAGB 83 in dry dock at Bay Ship, 1987 - Paul Brach

Props came off to be balanced
 
 


12/15 - Historical Perspectives - Michigan State Ferries - John Belliveau


City Of Cheboygan - August 7 1955

City Of Munising - August 11, 1955

City of Petosky - August 11, 1955
 
 
 

12/15 - McKee Sons in the Saginaw River - Todd Shorkey



Invincible - McKee Sons inbound past the Front Range


Close up view
 


 Stern view nearing Essroc
 

12/15 - Kaye E. Barker - John W. Sharp

Starboard side of Kaye E. Barker at anchor waiting out storm in Suttons Bay, Michigan, November 13, 2005.

 


12/15 - Tug "Benjamin Elliot" and "Day Peckinpaugh" approaching Lockport, NY. - Rob


   
 

12/15 - Joseph H Frantz on December 10, 2005 - Robert M. Martel 



Cutting has started on the stern where parts of the deckhouse around the galley have already been removed.
 


Steamship William G Mather volunteer and one-time Frantz crewman Bob Vance says good-bye to his old ship. Parts of the trunk around the base of the self-unloading equipment have been cut away.
 
 


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