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April 9, 20

Toledo Midwest Terminal Stone Dock - Bob Vincent
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Capt. Henry Jackman coming in
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Unloading stone
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Another view
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Stern view
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Stone from Bruce Mines

St. Lambert Lock Tuesday -
Michel St-Denis  
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Ojibway is downbound
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Algosoo is upbound
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Buffalo, N.Y. -
 Brian W.
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Bow of the barge as it relates to the Ohio St. bridge when docked at the LaFarge Terminal.
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Stern of the barge & the tug in the notch secured at the dock on a bend on the Buffalo River. A tight fit indeed.
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Down the length of the barge's deck back toward the tug as seen from the Ohio St. Bridge.
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Detail of just how close the bow fits up into the corner of the bend below the bridge. Her bow thruster is being constantly run while unloading to keep the vessel just off the wall so her unloading hoses do not collapse on themselves.
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Close up of the forward material handling equipment on the barge's bow.
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Backing her barge Innovation down the Buffalo River and coming abeam of the old GLF Elevator. This house had the fastest Marine Unloading Leg on the waterfront back when it was still in operation.
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LaFarge owned cement carrier passing the St. Mary's Cement Elevator.
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About to head into the draw at the Michigan St. Bridge. This was the site of the infamous accidental collision between the McGilvary Shiras, Michael K Tewksberry, and the old Michigan St. Bridge back in January of 1959

Mariatown -
Ron Beaupre
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Penobscot Bay sails down the St. Lawrence on her way to the East Coast.
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Flintermar returns to the Great Lakes once again.
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 CCGS Griffon returns to the Prescott Coast Guard Base.

Algobay South Shore Canal above Montreal, Quebec Thursday
- Kent Malo
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Upbound for Toledo, Ohio. Departed  Sept Iles Quebec after loading on April 6 at 2:30 p.m.
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Great Lakes Trader and Joyce Van Enkevort in Marquette Thursday
- Lee Rowe
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Historical Perspectives Buffalo -
Brian W.
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Tug Stephen Reinaure and her barge George Morris tied down and waiting for orders at the Buffalo Port Terminal Slip "A".
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Karen Andrie-A-397 sitting on the hook in the North Channel of the Outer Harbor near the Port Terminal "B" & waiting for the haze to clear.
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 Calcite II getting ready to unload salt at the Cargil Pier (next to Seaway Pier #1 in the Outer Harbor.
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Army Corps tug Chetek and her crane barge Mc Cauley tied up at the Freezer Queen Pier on the Outer Harbor.
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Army Corps tug Cheraw and the barge McCauley toed up at the Buffalo Port Terminal "B".
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Coast Guard Cutter Henry Blake at the Coast Guard Slip.
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William R Roesch getting ready to unload stone at the Gateway Metroport Main Dock inside the Lackawanna Ship Canal (Bethlehem Slip) from the early 1990's. The overhead wiring tower to the left, along with the Sinter Plant & Basic Oxygen Furnace seen off in the distance are all long gone, having been demolished soon after this photo was taken. The boat even has a new name now. they only thing that remains the same today is the canal itself.

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