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CSL Tadoussac's new livery - Ron Piskor
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CSL Tadoussac rests in Ironhead Marine's Toledo Dry Dock in her new livery.
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CSL Tadoussac's port side view.
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Starboard side lettering.
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Stern view.
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Starboard side details.
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The photographer's shadow shows the actual size of the bow thruster opening.
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Lower bow details.
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Stern lettering.
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Through a maze of scaffolding and chain hoists Ironhead workers work on the lower stern.
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With the rudder re-mounted the next task is attaching the prop blades.
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An Ironhead rigger grinds down rough edges left on the rudder housing.
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An Ironhead rigger helps stabilize a propeller blade as his co-workers bolt it to the prop hub.
     

Sturgeon Bay Tuesday
- Scott Best
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Close up of the freshly painted Pineglen.
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Wide view of rafted alongside Edwin H Gott and Walter J McCarthy Jr.
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Close up bows of the Wilfred Sykes and Saginaw.
   

Historical Perspectives - Edward L. Ryerson dedication at Indiana Harbo
r - from the Lou Gerard collection
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Edward L. Ryerson approaching Inland Steel dock at Indiana Harbor on August 6, 1960 for what appears to be a delivery and dedication ceremony.
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Another angle of the Ryerson approaching the dock.
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Dignitaries, company officials, employees and photographers at ceremony.
   

Historical Perspectives - Calumet River 1980 -
Lou Gerard Sr.
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W.W. Holloway loading at Rail to Water Transfer May 1980.
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Medusa Challenger docked at American Shipbuilding's South Chicago yard at 100th St. May 1980
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Maxine, ex The International outbound at 95th St. May 1980.
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Tom M. Girdler follows Maxine outbound at 95th St. May, 1980.
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George M. Humphrey unloading at Interlake Steel just short of Wisconsin Steel Bend. May, 1980.

Historical Perspectives -
Marc Dease
Canadoc arriving at Sarnia to load on July 22, 1985. She started loading shortly after arriving. While removing hatch covers there was an electrical malfunction and the hatch crane derailed. A crane was called the next day to rerail it and remove hatch covers while electrical repairs were made.
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Easing by the Algoway discharging at Reid Aggregates. 
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Squeezing by.
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Head on.
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Clear of the Algoway.
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Turning into the elevator dock.
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Loading at the elevator.
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Deck view of hatch crane.
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Deck view from the wheelhouse.
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Loading through the manways until hatch covers can be removed.
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Shore side crane in place.
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Lifting hatch covers.
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Loading.
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Deck view from the aft end.
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Very large stack.
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Builders plate.


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