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October 31, 2006

 


10/31 - Great Lakes visitors seen on the East Coast - Matt Ruscher


Flintermaas seen discharging bagged cement in Providence, RI.

Grande Mariner seen departing Newport, RI bound for the Hudson River.

Ruby, the former BIDCO of Buffalo, NY tug, seen being refurbished for her new owners at Promet Marine Services in Providence, RI.

Motor Yacht Blue Moon taking on bunkers from two tank trucks after her visit to the Great Lakes seen in Newport, Rhode Island

CSL Atlas discharging coal from Venezuela at the Brayton Point Power Station in Somerset, MA

Self Unloading Boom

CSL Spirit seen waiting to lighter into a barge off Jamestown, RI before proceeding to Brayton Point

Atlantic Superior entering Providence, RI with road salt loaded in Nassau, Bahamas, with Providence Steamboat tug Reliance assisting.

Profile of Self Unloading Boom

Cabin Profile

Portside View
 

10/31 - Federal vessels in Holland - Chris Rombouts
A complete selection is in the Public Gallery



Federal Fuji in the canal headed to Ghent.


Federal Nakagawa came through the lock in Terneuzen (Holland) to load Fertilizer in
Sluiskil for Canada.

10/31 - St. Lawrence Seaway Scenes - Kent Malo

Atlantic Castle up bound at Cote Ste Catherines, Quebec, above lock 2.

Amelia Desgagnes down bound in the South shore canal at Kahnawake

Amelia Desgagnes stern view
down bound at Kahnawake.

Federal Katsura up bound at Kahnawake

Federal Katsura stern view

Prinsenborg up bound at Kahnawake Mohawk territorial lands.

Prinsenborg stern view at Kahnawake.
 

10/31 - Adam E. Cornelius waiting out the wind in Marquette - Rod Burdick

Adam E. Cornelius, loaded with limestone, was unable to make the Lower Harbor Shiras Dock due to high winds.

Wide view

Winds, good for sail, not lakers

Close up view with Lower Harbor Ore Dock

Anchored off the breakwall

10/31 - Welland Canal Traffic - Dan Sweeley
James Norris was upbound in the Welland Canal with slag loaded at Hamilton, bound for Saginaw. Rumors persist that she may be converted into a barge in the near future, so quality shots were of great importance this season.

James Norris up bound at the Glendale Bridge

Leaving Lock 7

Heading towards the guard gate after Lock 7

Under the Allenburg bridge

Clear of Allenburg Bridge

At Port Robinson

Stern view past Port Robinson

Barge St. Mary's cement downbound at Port Robinson

Algosoo upbound at Port Robinson, already with ISO markings painted over on the wheelhouse

10/31 - Busy day in the Soo - Lee Rowe

Algosar

American Century

American Fortitude

American Mariner

Canadian Enterprise

Canadian Transport

Dorothy Ann/Pathfinder

Federal Manitou

Joseph L. Block

Malyovitza

CSL Tadoussac

Ziemia Cieszynska


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