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February 17, 2006


2/15 - Highlights of Seaway traffic in the American Narrows, Wellesley Island, NY - Fritz Hager.

Algocape up bound after an early-August thunderstorm.

Algoisle down bound on a sunny August morning, bow view.

Algoisle, stern view.

Algomarine headed up

Algontario headed down.


Algoville headed up at sunset.

Atlantic Erie was a frequent transitor in 2005.

 BBC Ontario went up

BBC Plata down bound under the 1000 Islands Bridge in July.

BBC Shanghai headed for Oswego with turbine blades for Tug Hill, NY (inland just east of Lake Ontario).

Beluga Resolution down bound.

Canadian Leader up bound.

Canadian Miner up bound at sunset.

Canadian Ranger on an up bound, light backhaul in early November.

Capt. Henry Jackman in an August rain.

Cedarglen up bound.

CSL Assiniboine under the 1000 Islands Bridge on her first trip down the Seaway.

CSL Laurentian headed down at sunset...

....and headed back up at dawn nearly three weeks later.

CSL Niagara lost steerage and ran aground off St. Helena Island on 6/28. She was freed overnight and continued to Hamilton.

Cuyahoga made a rare trip down in mid-August.

Stern view.

Federal Kivalina in late September. She got caught in the ice in the Welland Canal in December.

Federal Maas going up in late August.

Federal Manitou headed down in late October.

Frontenac (stern view)

Gordon C. Leitch

Halifax on an early morning in August.

Tour vessel Jacques Cartier

John B. Aird down bound under the 1000 Islands Bridge.

Maria Desgagnes up bound on a warm November afternoon.

Two behemoths passing just below the 1000 Islands Bridge - CSL's Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin and the Federal Ems.

Montrealais headed down in late July.

Peter R. Cresswell, headed up in August, with cement stains on her sides.

Wagenborg's Prinsenborg up bound in a light August rain.

Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin going up in early August.

Salty Sandviken headed down under the 1000 Islands Bridge.

Spar Opal headed for Duluth on a bright mid-August morning.

Spirit of America, the last of three ferries for New York City, on her delivery trip just before Labor Day weekend.

Tanker Vega Desgagnes headed up in the late afternoon of a beautiful August day.

Victoriaborg at dawn.

Willowglen on her last trip down the Seaway, deadship.

Fare thee well, old friend!

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