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September 2, 2006


9/2 Edward L. Ryerson up bound at the Soo - Roger Lelievre

At Nine Mile

In the MacArthur Lock

Flags flying

Headed out past the West Pier

9/2 - St. Marys River Traffic - Roger LeLievre

James R. Barker

Roger Blough

Blough's Wake

Flags on Burns Harbor

Stewart J. Cort

Presque Isle

9/2 - Soo Locks Viewing Platform Enclosures -

East platform from inside looking down river

East platform looking up the stairway

West platform looking up stairway

West platform showing distortion caused by Plexiglass

9/2 - J A W Iglehart making a rare summer transit of the Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal bound from Green Bay to a lower Lake Michigan port.  Normally transits through the canal are for Bay Shipbuilding customers. - Chris Friese

Iglehart passing the Canal Coast Guard Station

Iglehart throttling up after leaving the canal for the open lake

9/2 - Views from the tower at Fort Gratiot Light - Dick Wicklund

Earl W. Oglebay up bound

Earl meets Algontario

Algontario down bound

Alpena headed home

Stern view

Algomarine entering the St. Clair River

9/2 - Launch of the new-build tug Brandywine, at Marinette Marine, for Vane Brothers Company, Baltimore, MD. - Lee Rowe


9/2 - DeTour Village Traffic - Cathy Kohring

Sunrise and the Paul R Tregurtha
 at Spring Bay

The Big Paul passing DeTour

The Algolake and the Harriman

Sun setting on the Algolake

Heading up bound the St. Mary's River near Spring Bay

9/2 - Proposed USCG Gun Proposed Fire Safety Zones
The box outlined with "blue" dots is the five-mile distance from the U.S. shores and/or U.S.-Canada maritime border. The boxes outlined with "yellow" dots are the proposed safety zones. LAT and LONG coordinates can be found in the federal register (33 CFR Part 165). These charts should not be used for navigation purposes.

Lake Superior

Lake Michigan
Upper Half

Lake Michigan
Lower Half

Lake Huron

Lake Erie

Lake Ontario

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