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February 6, 2008


 
 

2/6 - Canadian Olympic loading at Sifto Salt in Goderich, Algomarine waiting at the new harbour dock. - Dale Baechler



 
   

 

2/6 - Historical Perspective - Roman Kloecker



Lansdowne at Erie PA, July, 2005


Lansdowne at Erie PA, December, 2005
 

2/6 - While the winter has stopped most shipping on the Great Lakes the ferry Riverdance became stranded on a beach in Lancashire located in North West England. The ferry was struck by a freak wave on January 31 causing the cargo to shift and the vessel to take on a list. The ferry makes regular trips in the Irish Sea from Northern Ireland to Heysham in Lancashire. The ferry was tossed by the seas as rescuers took passengers and crew members to safety in helicopter rescues. Nine of the 19 crew members were still on board as the full force of the ocean pushed it on to the north shore of Blackpool beach. From the Daily Mail Newspaper

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2/5 - Saginaw's new power plant - Ward Burr
The Saginaw's new power plant was shipped from Toronto, Ontario, Canada to Sarnia, Ontario, Canada Monday on a CN freight train. The receiver was Shelley Machine And Marine. Photos are of Saginaw's new power plant passing through Paris, Ontario.



 


 

Mailing label.
94,000 Kg = 103 tons
 

2/5 - Alpena wintering in Cleveland - Allen Seremak



 
   


2/4 - Ice boaters on Sandusky Bay - Jim Arthur

 
 

2/4 - Historical Perspective - Daniel J. Morrell - photographer and date unknown - Marc Vander Meulen



For the sake of comparison with the background boat with Quedoc at the Soo Locks on the preceding page.
   

2/4 - Sunday in Goderich - Wayne Brown

Halifax in winter lay up.

Halifax stern view with Canadian Transfer behind.

Samuel Risley in Goderich for ice breaking duties because of late season salt runs to Lake Michigan ports.

Risley profile

2/4 - Port Colborne scenes - Dan Syrcher

Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin dock on the east pier at Wharf 16.

The Algosoo docked on the southeast wall near the entrance to Lock 8. Notice the anchor on the pier and service trucks parked along side.

The CSL Tadoussac is docked in front of Algosoo, bow to bow. Her anchor is also on the pier with service trucks. She is also sitting high on the water so that the bow thruster is dry.

A long range view of the Calumet tied up for scrapping. She appears to be listing about 5 degrees starboard. The black stern on the right is the Canadian Transport.

Also a long range view of the Calumet with the Port Colborne light on the opposite side on the break wall.


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