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January 4, 2008


1/4 - Maumee laid up for the winter in Cleveland - Martin McGuan

Wide angle shot of the Old River channel with the the Dorothy Ann/Pathfinder and now the Maumee tied up at Ontario stone. Also visible are covered hopper cars waiting in the Cargill salt railway yard. The Garrett Morgan water works is pictured in the foreground and two of Cleveland's lift bridges are pictured in the background.

Close-up of the bow/pilot house with the windows shuttered.

Stern of the Maumee, slightly obscured by sand and limestone gravel piles.

1/4 - John G. Munson loading coal at CSX in Toledo - Bob Vincent

Arriving in the late afternoon

Base of the unloader boom

Hatch crane at work opening the hatches

Boom swung out to the side

Coal loader in the hatch.

1/4 - Recent St. Lawrence River Traffic - Bob Dowson

Ebnalweed at Iroquois Lock

Exiting the lock

Ebnalweed at Mariatown

Stern view

1/4 - The Earl W loading in Marquette - Lee Rowe

Earl W loading at the dock

Name painted over

Wide view

1/4 - Historical Perspective - Fran Frisk
The late Rev Peter J. Van Der Linden, a dedicated boat watcher, anticipating an approaching boat. - 2002


1/2 - New Years Day on the St. Clair River at Algonac State Park - Don Detloff

Buffalo up bound

Cason J. Callaway down bound

Algorail down bound

Kaye E. Barker up bound

Halifax up bound

Canadian Enterprise up bound

1/2 - Pineglen in Marinette - Dick Lund

The Erika Kobasic breaks ice in the Menominee River on New Year's Eve

Close-up of the Pineglen on New Year's Eve

The Pineglen unloading on New Year's Day

The Erika Kobasic at dock on New Year's Day

"Bows-on" view as a crane aboard the William H. Donner drops a load of pig iron to the dock

1/2 - Dorothy Ann/Pathfinder tied up for the winter at Ontario Stone in Cleveland - Martin McGuan

Dorothy Ann / Pathfinder riding very high in the water. Notice the position of the bow thruster tube.

Close up of the navigation deck of the Dorothy Ann.

Stern of the Dorothy Ann/Pathfinder. Note the covered exhaust pipes.


1/2 - Historical Perspectives - Ron Beaupre

The Federal Lakes at Iroquois, April 1986. She was built at Port Weller as Avon Forest in 1973.

The W W Holloway at Iroquois on her way out for scrap in August 1986.

The Paul H Carnahan going down the Little Rapids Cut in July 1985.

1/2 - Alpena Scenes - Ben & Chanda McClain

Alpena tied up at the old dock

Joseph H. Thompson at anchor in the bay.

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