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January 18, 2008


Assorted scenes involving Great Lake vessel from around the country -
Franz A. von Riedel

Zenith's Anna Marie inbound Duluth after having taken on fresh water in the Lake.

The G-tug dock in Duluth after the American Mariner had laid-up for winter

Fish tugs Bayfield and RVH in Bayfield, WI still working as of January 5th.

Tug Allie Brothers in Bayfield the same day.

Tug Twin Disc heading back in loaded with fish.

Scrapping the remaining cabins off the old Frontenac at Fraser Shipyard.

Murray R. being cut up January 8th.

Inside the Phil Milroy, the Soo supply boat which the Ojibway replaced.

Barges from Fraser's old boiler house being scrapped.

Troy L. Johnson was cut-up January 8th and 9th.

Anna Marie flushing ice around J.B. Ford.

The 104-year-old J.B. Ford in her lay-up berth

Anna Marie assisting the Joseph Block into Hallett 8, the last ship before the McCarthy's arrival.

Cape Cod Light and Cape May Light, which visited the Lakes, laid-up in Green Cove Springs, FL.

Another retired ex-USCG Duluth-built 180 heading foreign.

The former Great Lakes sandsucker Atchafalaya laid-up in Green Cove Springs, FL

Gaelic's former tug Kinsale is now being scrapped in Jacksonville, FL.

The 1905-vintage sandsucker John Emery being scrapped on Staten Island, NY this fall.

Zenith's Anna Marie docking the Edward L. Ryerson for winter lay-up.


ELR thru the tug window



Pushing on ERL's stern

Anna Marie out breaking ice in East Gate.

GLT's North Carolina chasing a flock of geese.

The classic old J. B. Ford at the old Meehan Dock in Superior.

1/18 - Winter layup around the Saginaw River Area - Todd Shorkey

USCG 49422 at Pier 7

Hiawatha at Pier 7 Marina

Tug Jill Marie at Bay Harbor Marina

MCM tags Tammy and Madison at Bay Harbor Marina

Tug Mohawk at Bay Harbor

1/18 - Agawa Canyon laid up in Owen Sound - Ed. Saliwonchyk

Panorama from the east side of the harbour

Bow profile

Stern view showing partly exposed prop and bubblers at work

1/18 - Detroit River scenes - Mike Nicholls
On Wednesday Gaelic tugs Patricia and Carolyn Hoey towed the Bob-Lo steamer Ste Claire from St. Aubin Park to Nicholson's slip in River Rouge.



Patricia Hoey


Heading down the river.

The view from the deck of Carolyn Hoey.


Back home

Back at Nicholson' with her fleetmate Columbia.

Presque Isle downbound off River Rouge.

Manistee laid up at Nicholson's.

Stern view

Cleveland Rocks and tug Cleveland unloading at the Morton Salt Dock at the Fort Street Bridge in the Rouge River.

Head on view

Rebecca Lynn and barge A410 loading at the Marathon Dock in the Rouge River.

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