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September 21, 2007


 

9/21 - Point Edward Traffic - Marc Dease

Calumet down bound having just met fleetmate Saginaw

Canadian Ranger up bound

Lee A. Tregurtha heads into
 Lake Huron

Algorail down bound
 

9/21 - Historical Perspective - Ron Beaupre

November 1, 2007 is the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Mackinac Bridge.

The City of Petoskey loads cars at the Mackinaw City State Ferry dock.

   
 

 9/21 - Marquette Visitors - Lee Rowe



The Herbert C Jackson loaded ore in Marquette Thursday.


The Great Lakes Trader/Joyce VanEnkevort brought stone to the Shiras Dock in Marquette's lower harbor.
 
 

9/21 - Mariatown Traffic - Ron Beaupre



Canadian Transport arrived to unload salt at Universal terminals.


Later that evening the saltie Amalia passed upbound into the sunset.


 

9/21 - St Lawrence River Traffic - Kent Malo

Canadian Navigator up bound for the Seaway and Toledo, Ohio

Stern view

Edward L Ryerson down bound for Quebec, City

Stern view

CCGC Louis M. Lauzier modified for Royal Canadian Mounted Police duties, up bound for Montreal, Quebec.

Another view

Polsteam vessel Pilica up bound for the Seaway and Duluth, Minn.

Close up

 

9/20 - St. Lawrence River Traffic - Kent Malo


M/T Clipper Loyalty at Cote Ste. Catherines, Quebec, above lock 2, at reduced speed due to low water at the Cote wharf. Clipper Loyalty is down bound going to Napoli Italy.

USCGC Mobile Bay, (WTBG 103) up bound at Kahnawake, Mohawk Territorial Lands, St Lawrence Seaway's South shore canal.

Stern view

9/20 - Windmill Pointe Traffic - Alex and Max Mager

Roger Blough

Classic bow profile

Unmistakable stern

Barge McAllister 132

Tug W. N. Twolan

American Courage

Stern cabins

Into Lake St. Clair

Presque Isle

 
 

9/20 - Alpena dredging project - Ben and Chanda McClain


 

 

 


9/20 - Lakes-Built Vessels at New York City - David Bull

While others were enjoying the Welland Canal Boatnerd Gathering I was in New York city on the Circle Line cruise around Manhattan. Two lakes built vessels came into view.


Ambassador, built at Port Weller in 1983, on the Hudson River below the George Washington Bridge. Originally Canadian Ambassador then Ambassador then Algosea(2), then Ambassador.

Staten Island ferry Guy V. Molinari built at Marinette in 2004 on her way from Manhattan to Staten Island.


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