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August 19, 2009


 
8/19 - Duluth-Superior - Tom Caine

J W Shelley loading grain at Cenex Harvest States

Shelley

Shelley

Shelley

USCGC Hollyhock in drydock

John G. Munson unloading limestone at Hallett 8

Munson

Munson

Fraser lay-up fleet

American Victory at Fraser Shipyards

American Mariner at SMET loading coal

American Mariner finished loading

American Mariner off Connor's Point

American Mariner passing John G. Munson at Murphy

American Mariner heading for turning buoy

8/19 - St. Mary's River, East Neebish Channel - Scott McLellan

Robert S Pierson, upbound in the St. Mary's River, near Coyle Point with limestone for Essar Algoma.

Algosoo, upbound at Coyle Point in ballast for Superior, Wisconsin.

Algosar, upbound at Johnson's Point with petroleum products for Thunder Bay.
   

8/19 - Port of Goderich - John McCreery

Mississagi loading salt

Three lakers in port - unfortunately only one of them active

Tadoussac and Kaministiqua in layup

Closer view of the Kaministiqua
 

Finishing the load

Boom down, ready to go

Leaving port

The good old Summertime
 

8/19 - Recent Soo traffic - Herm Phillips

Federal Nakagawa in the Little Rapids cut

Charles M. Beeghly at Mission Point

Robert S. Pierson in the Lower Soo Harbor.

Presque Isle in the Little Rapids Cut.
 

8/19 - American Mariner in Marquette - Lee Rowe
     

Unloading coal at the Shiras Power Plant

Worker checking flow
     

8/19 - CSX Presque Isle Coal Dock - Bob Vincent

McKee Sons loading for Saginaw

Tug Invincible

H. Lee White loading for Muskegon
   

8/19 - PM 22 bell returns to Ludington - Steve Elve
See story in Boatnerd News for 8/18/2009.

White Pine Village Executive Director Ron Wood holding Steam Gauge.

Left- Ron Wood and Right- Sam Schick ringing PM 22 Bell

Artifacts donated by Sam and Gail Schick

PM 22 Bell

Donors and museum staff, left to right, Jim Fay, Sam and Gail Schick, Gary Schnitker, Chuck Paukstis.


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