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Toledo  Docks - Steven Feher
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Lee A. Tregurtha leaving CSX Toledo Coal docks, first boat of the season.
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Martha L. Black Saturday cutting a channel at Kahnawake above Montreal, Quebec -
Kent Malo
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The Ice was very thin at this point in the Seaway and it seemed to be the same all the way to Kingston, Ontario, and above near Bath, Ont.
       

James R. Barker opening the Upper Harbor in Marquette - Rod Burdick 
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Unloading coal into the hopper
       

Algomarine wintering in Owen Sound - John G. Mackay
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Sturgeon Bay Saturday - Steve Bauer
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 Walter J. McCarthy, Edwin H. Gott and Indiana Harbor lined up at Bay Shipbuilding.
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Three 1000 footers lined up neatly behind the office.
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Bow of Paul R. Tregurtha and the Herbert C. Jackson.
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John J. Boland, with Paul R. Tregurtha and Mesabi Miner.
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American Courage and Herbert C. Jackson.
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Wilfred Sykes, Miner, Tregurtha and Anderson.
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Saginaw in the graving dock.
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Mesabi Miner and Paul R. Tregurtha.
   

Welland Canal Saturday -
Paul Beesley
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 Tug M R Kane doing the bulk of the work pulls the Martin out of the shallow dock assisted by the Jarrett M.  Seahound is on the left hidden by the Kane.
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Kane at rest waiting for orders.  All three tugs came up through Lock 1 this morning.
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At 740 feet the Martin pretty well takes up the entire width of the canal.
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Seahound & Jarrett M work as the stern of the Martin swings to the South.
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 Later in the day the M R Kane moves a small barge up toward Lock 1.
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Jarrett M maneuvers below Lock 1.
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CCGS Cape Roger starts moving toward Lock 1.  She has been secured below the lock all winter while the shipyard worked on her.
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No Name, no funnel markings and none of the other stuff that will soon adorn her hull.
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On the way to Lock 1 and the fit-out wall of the shipyard.  Her helicopter hanger was removed and replaced by an aluminum structure that can be seen forward of the blue containers.
 

Port Weller Saturday
- John McCreery
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Cape Roger back at the dry dock after spending the winter below lock 1
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Looking better with the tarps removed
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Cape Roger and Right Honourable Paul J Martin
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Martin out of the dry dock and looking ready for another season
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 John B Aird

Canadian Progress and Everlast at Algonac State Park Saturday -
Don Detloff
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Historical Perspective -
Gerry O.
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Steam tug W. A. Boles.
       

Barker departs Duluth Thursday -
Brett Larson
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Tug Victory in Escanaba
- Rod Burdick
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On a floating drydock at Basic Marine with a crane barge along side.
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Another view
     


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