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January 4, 2007


1/4 - Onboard the Steamer Reserve for her final trip of the 2006 Season - Scott Tomlinson

Reserve exits the Poe Lock downbound on Christmas Day with a load of ore from Silver Bay for Cleveland.

Mate Justin Sarri gives distances as we depart the lock.  American Spirit waits to lock upbound.

The G-Tug Missouri departs after giving the Reserve a helping hand at the locks.

As we depart the Paul R. Tregurtha starts her approach to the lower piers.
The Peter R. Cresswell meets the Reserve at the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit.

Reserve leaves Detroit in her wake as the Maritime Trader approaches the Bridge. 

1st Mate Lenny Cifelli

Reserve’s Deck Department waits for a bus to take us to Green Bay.


The Reserve rafted to the American Valor at BayShip.

American Valor is the former Armco, near sister to the Reserve.

Perhaps the last time these former fleet mates will be tied up together.

Cuyahoga looking good in new paint.

1/4 - Edward L. Ryerson passing at Belle Isle - Lisa Mager

Out from under Ambassador bridge.


Close up of bow.

Turning into Lake St. Clair.


1/4 - Winter Lay Ups in Goderich - Dale Baechler

Peter R. Cresswell and Algomarine

Back to back for the winter

1/4 - American Century delivers coal to Marquette - Rod Burdick

1/4 - Toledo Scenes - Bob Vincent

American Republic laid up

Stern view

Tug Cleveland

Small boat traffic

1/4 - Historical Perspective - Dan Peworchik
CSL Niagara, traveling unbound on the St. Lawrence River, shortly after hitting a shoal on June 29, 2005.


1/4 - USCGC Mackinaw in the Soo - J. R. LaCoy


1/4 - Invincible/McKee Sons in the Saginaw River - Todd Shorkey

Upbound at Veteran's Park in Saginaw

Invincible close up

Stern view

1/4 - Federal Rhine arriving in the Port of Antwerp - Chris Rombouts

Approaching the Zandvlietlock around noon.

While the tug Union Emerald is slowing her down, the Rhine has plenty of room to spare inside the lock.

Out of the lock and sailing through the harbour towards her berth.

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