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November 15, 20

Brockville, Ont. - Murray Blancher
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Redhead upbound at Brockville On.
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Federal Patroller upbound at Brockville On.
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Dongeborg upbound at Brockville On.
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Welland fogbound ships
- Al Howard
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Tramper departs lock 1 after her overnight stay
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Perelik holding at lock 7
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Departing and passing Island Skipper waiting to transit downbound
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St Lawrence Seaway at Kahnawake -
Kent Malo
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Bow view of the Algoma Discovery,ex (Malinska ' 87-' 97, Daviken ' 97-' 08) up bound in the St Lawrence Seaway for Hamilton Ontario, under the Mercier bridge at Kahnawake Mohawk Reserve Saturday
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View of the accommodation block. Upbound in the St Lawrence Seaway for Hamilton, Ontario.

On Friday an overnight fog caused 10 upbound ships to be delayed in the St. Mary's River. During a 4 hour period these ships passed through the Johnson's Point area. - Scott McLellan
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Sam Laud approaching Johnson's Point.
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Cason J Callaway.
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Algomarine just passed the Dark Hole.
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Walter J McCarthy Jr coming right at us.
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McCarthy starting one of the toughest turns in the River.
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McCarthy completes her turn while Algocape follows.
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Algocape with Charles M Beeghly following.
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Algocape on what may be one of her last trips up the St. Mary's River.
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Charles M Beeghly follows the Algocape.
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Beeghly has just completed the turn at Johnson's.
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Lee A Tregurtha.
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Canadian Progress has just passed Everens Point.
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 Rt Hon Paul J Martin was the last of the group. Three snow geese keep an eye on her.
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Wide view of the Martin.
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Zelada Desgagnes spent the day at the Bondar Dock in Sault, Ontario.

Saginaw River - Todd Shorkey
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Manitowoc outbound clear of Lafayette bridge
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Stern view
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Algoway inbound at Veteran's Memorial Park in Saginaw
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Stern view

On November 10 the barge Sault au Cochon drove aground near Pictou, Nova Scotia. The barge was in tow of the tug Florence M when the line parted during very high winds and steep seas. Much of the barge's cargo was washed ashore. On November 13 work had begun on salvaging the cargo. Some petroleum has been recovered from the barge and some of the barge's tanks have been sealed. - Mac Mackay photos
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Sault au Cochon aground off Pictou, Nova Scotia, with tug Florence M alongside.
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Most of Sault au Cochon's cargo ended up on the beach near a provincial park and campground.
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A typical Northumberland Strait lobster fishing boat, Fishermens Friend I, has been pressed into service picking up floating pulpwood.

CSX Presque Isle Coal Dock
- Bob Vincent
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Capt. Henry Jackman coming in to Midwest Terminal Stone Dock
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American Mariner under the ship loader
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American Mariner loading for US Steel on the Rouge River

Channel Clipper at Blind River, Ontario -
James M. Carlson
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South Chicago Saturday -
Steve Bauer
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Backing down its namesake river, under a gray and sometimes rainy sky from the same system that was dumping snow in Minnesota, the Calumet approaches 100th St with a destination of KCBX.
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Flags flapping in the wind add a splash of color against the sky while a crew member watches the bow clearance at 100th St.
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Backing around the Philip R. Clarke at KCBX, which is ready to depart with a load of coal for Green Bay.
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With the Calumet clear, the Philip R. Clarke slides away from the south dock at KCBX and heads for Lake Michigan and a waiting Algorail.
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View of pilot house and crew at 100th St.
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Passing through 100th St bridge while a crew member watches at the stern.  The Calumet wastes no time in taking the place of the Clarke at KCBX.
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Underneath the NS-5 bridge after a delay waiting for Chicago bound Amtrak train.
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Clear of 95th St, heading to the lake.
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The inbound Algorail passing the outbound Philip R. Clarke in Calumet Harbor in a light rain.
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Spinning in the harbor for its brief trip down the river to the North American Salt dock at 92nd St.  the G Tug Colorado waits to assist the move.
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Tug Colorado on the point as the Algorail passes underneath CN bridge 710.
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Crew member sends a greeting to the strange people standing in the rain to photograph the boat. 
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Preparing to tie up at the North American Salt dock with help from the Colorado.  The Algorail's stay will be brief as she unloaded partially in Milwaukee the day before.

Tramper upbound at Algonac State park Sunday -
Herm Klein
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