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March 10, 2007


3/10 - Spar Jade down bound Cap-de-la-Madeleine (Trois Rivières) on a very cold day. - Michel St-Denis

3/10 - Getting ready to fit out in Port Colborne - Wayne Jessome

Canadian Navigator

Canadian Progress


3/10 - A print of a painting of the S/S Leecliffe Hall depicting her passing through the American Narrows section of the Thousand Islands. - Shaun Smith


3/9 - Escanaba Opens for Loading - Lee Rowe

Joseph L. Block loading

Bow view

Tugs Olive L. Moore and Victory
getting ready to go to work.

Joyce VanEnkevort/Great Lakes Trader arriving

Joyce L. leaves the barge to break ice
on the south side of the loading dock.

Moving in to break ice.

3/9 - Ice Jam around the Martin Luther King Bridge in Toledo - Boatnerd Staff

Only one of four new lift spans
have been installed on the MLK Bridge.

Workmen removing spalled concrete.

Looking down river from above the bridge.

Closer view.

3/8 - New lift span sections for the MLK Bridge in Toledo waiting to be loaded on barges and taken to the bridge site - Bob Vincent

3/8 - CCGC Griffon entering the St. Clair River from Lake Huron - H. Hurst


3/8 - Historical Perspective - Buckeye (2) and Olive L. Moore - 1990 - Capt. Debra Ann Kohlrust



3/7 - Historical Perspectives - Capt. R. Metz

Sun set over the Sleeping Giant
taken from Oakglen (1) 1984

Soo River Company Captains Meeting,
March 10, 1982
Back Row l-r, Capt. Tom Bates, Capt. Garvivy, Capt. Ron Dean, Owner Robert Pierson, Capt. Ron Young, Capt. Carm Windsor, Capt. Roy Hooper and Capt. Len Freeman
Front Row l-r, Capt. Richard Metz, Capt. Richard Hulst, Capt. Robert Welland, Capt. Jerry Bisselle, Capt. Jack Hartley, Capt. Robert Flemming and Capt. Larry Leveille.


3/7 - Fishing vessels breaking ice up bound Lake Huron from St. Clair river - H. Hurst

Working in tandem it takes 2 hours
to break through to open water.

Both vessels return in 2 hours and
the channel has opened up.

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