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February 9, 20
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St. Clair River - Larry Mobbs
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 Samuel Risley leads the Algosea through the heavy ice of the lower St. Clair River on Monday.
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Algosea is returning to Sarnia after a visit to Nanticoke, ON.
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The Canadian Transport comes to a stop in the heavy ice below the Salt Dock Light Sunday. 
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Samuel Risley turns to make another pass by the Canadian Transport.
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The Risley pulls past the stuck Canadian Transport trying to clear a path.
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The ice breaking tug, Bristol Bay, turns to make another pass by the stuck Canadian Transport.
       

St. Clair River Sunday - Matt Lemon
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Bristol Bay and Samuel Risley escort the Canadian Transport
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Hamilton scenes - Sandra Lucas
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CSL Tadoussac in lay-up, Feb. 7.
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US Steel Canada's Hamilton Works viewed from the top of the Niagara Escarpment, Feb.7.
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Federal Weser in Port Everglades, Florida -  Capt. William A. Hoey
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Unloading cement
       

Algosar stuck in the Rock Cut in the West Neebish Channel due to ice - Phil Brechbill
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Algosar tries to escape Rock Cut ice
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 Bay class icebreakers passing
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Mackinaw actually backing into the Rock Cut to reach the stranded Algosar
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Algosar finally free
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 Roger Blough exiting the Rock Cut with no complications
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Roger Blough headed to port one day late
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Roger Blough heads towards Sawmill Point (note the ice fishermen about 100 feet from the channel and the water and broken ice at the shoreline following 10 to 12 hours of icebreaker traffic)
     

Photos from Canada's Western Arctic, 2006 - Paul Beesley
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Tug W.H. Horton pushing barges toward Inuvik.  Tug is 1000 HP.  Jul 06.
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Tug W.H. Horton pushing barges toward Inuvik. 
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CCGS Nahidik loading in Inuvik.  Jul 06.
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Another view of the Nahidik loading.
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Notice the Raven on top of the Foremast.
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Delta Eagle working cargo in Inuvik.  Delta Eagle is a shallow water tug, 68 GRT, 50 ft long, 730 BHP.
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View of the fuel depot with Inuvkik in the background.
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John Wurmlinger, accommodation barge, in Inuvik.  She is 4197 GRT, 210 ft long.
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Another view of the Wurmlinger.  She has working deck and is helicopter capable.
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Tank barge William Bradley.
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Tugs William Bradley & Delta Eagle attend the barge in Inuvik.
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Another view of the 2 tugs.
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 A view of the tugs taken from the deck of the Wurmlinger.
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Looking South toward Inuvik and this branch of the McKenzie river.  Inuvik is just below the tree line.
 
 

Historical Perspectives - Jim Hoffman
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Stern view of Robert C. Stanley and J.F. Schoelkopf Jr. (heavy smoke) entering Lake Huron upbound from the St. Clair River at Port Huron, Michigan during the late seventies.
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Rogers City loading coal at C&O # 3 Dock Toledo, Ohio.
     


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