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November 8, 2006


11/8 - Historical Perspective - Roger LeLievre

All these US Steel guys had boats named after them.
The date is 9/24/1942. Maybe from the Chicago Tribune


11/8 - Lee A. Tregurtha in Marquette - Rod Burdick

Arriving at the ore dock

Unloading coal

Scenic view

Stern view


11/8 - Aboard the Steamer Reserve - Scott Tomlinson

Anchored due to fog off Lorain.

Down bound in the Rock Cut.

11/8 - Charles M. Beeghly visits the Rouge River - Tom Welles

In the turning basin
 at the head of the Rouge.

Passing thru the Dix Street bridge,
 leaving Severstal Steel.

Clearing Dix street, heading for
the Fort Street draw bridge.

11/8 -  Milwaukee Scenes - Jason Gerovarkis

Algoisle arriving

Tug Presque Isle

11/8 - Buffalo Scenes - Brian Wroblewski

The tug/barge Gregory L Busch-Primary #1 tied up at the Concrete Central Elevator on the Buffalo River and waiting for a lift at the CSX Main Line River Bridge.

BBC Bornholm outbound on the Black Rock Canal in the reach between the Ferry St. Bridge & the Peace Bridge.

BBC Bornholm taking on containerized cargo at the Marathon Asphalt Dock (Former Wickwire - Spencer Steel Ore Dock) in Tonawanda.

View showing the shore side cranes working the containers as seen from across the Niagara River.

11/8 - Duluth Scenes - Richard Rewey

Duluth Lift Bridge from the South Pier

Arthur M. Anderson arriving Duluth

Stern view

American Integrity arriving

Accommodations block

Leaving at 4:00 am.

11/8 - Kaye E. Barker anchored off Whitefish Point after boiler explosion - Fred Richter


11/8 - Buffalo Aerial Shots - Dan Syrcher
Windmill turbines being stored at the Republic Steel Site. The old ore dock is clearly visible along the side of the turning basin with the large, red crane. This is where the tug-barge Gregory L Busch - Primary #1 was unloaded. The old DL&W Buffalo River Drawbridge and City Branch Right-of-Way can also be seen along with CP Draw, the old Nickel Plate bridge, and South Park Ave. Part of the B&P Buffalo Creek Yard is also seen across the river from the ore dock face. Windmill parts including bases and blades are all over the place.

11/7 - Kaye E. Barker down bound at the Rock Cut, after stopping at the Soo Carbide Dock for evaluation, following her boiler explosion. - Bonnie Barnes

11/7 - Alpena Scenes - Ben & Chanda McClain

Maumee at LaFarge early morning

Close up of Maumee at Lafarge

Full view unloading

Alpena out bound and
Innovation in bound

Cuyahoga inbound for Lafarge

Passing by breakwall

View with lighthouse

Moving out the boom

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