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January 3, 2006

1/3 - Saginaw passing a snow less Mission Point - Bonnie Barnes

1/3 - Marquette visitors - Lee Rowe

American Century's first visit to Marquette

Bridge wing close to ore dock.

Night scene

Herbert C. Jackson unload in the Lower Harbor

Moving over to the ore dock.

Approaching the ore dock

Last ship for the "pin knockers".

1/3 - Ice pictures from the not too distant past - John Knecht

Algogulf above the
Soo Locks in 1996

Algoriver making little headway
 in St Clair River 1996

Canadian Trader above the
Soo Locks in 1996

Canadian Venture above
the Soo Locks in 1995

Comeaudoc pushing hard through heavy
St Clair River ice 1996

Halifax above the Soo Locks 1996

1/3 - Charles M. Beeghly in the Rouge River - Tom Welles

 Passing Diamond Jack, approaching Dix Street, leaving Severstal.

Heading for the I 75 Bridge.

1/3 - Stoneport Traffic -  Ben & Chanda McClain

McKee Sons stern view loading at Stoneport

Calumet waiting with moon above.

Algorail & Calumet bows

 Wide view of all 3 boats

Algorail & Calumet anchored

McKee Sons loading ( side view)

1/3 - Sturgeon Bay lay up fleet - Dick Lund

John J. Boland stern-first at Bay Shipbuilding

A bow view of the John J. Boland from across the bay

Buffalo bow-first at Bay Ship

A stern view of the Buffalo from across the bay

Cuyahoga stern-first in the graving dock (will not winter at Bay Ship)

Another stern view of the Cuyahoga at Bay Ship

Bow view of the Cuyahoga in the graving dock from across the bay

Another bow view of the Cuyahoga in a new coat of paint

Bow view of the Reserve (winter lay-up??) from across the bay

(L to R) Bows of the Cuyahoga, American Valor, and Reserve

Bows of two former fleet mates - American Valor and Reserve

American Valor on left and Reserve

1/3 - Toledo lay ups - Bob Vincent

American Victory

Another view

American Victory and
American Fortitude

Bow view

1/3 - Hamilton Harbor Scenes - Rob Laffier
The McKeil tug William J Moore is gently nestled into Heddle Marine's floating drydock in Hamilton by the tug Progress. The Moore is a large handsome vessel when not obscured by her barge.

.The William J Moore approaches the dry dock. The Kathryn Spirit can be seen to the left.

Looks like the Progress is going to go in too.

Getting closer.

The tug Wyatt McKeil with a list to port.

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