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August 1, 20
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Royal Canadian Navy vessels upbound for the lakes - Kent Malo
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HMCS Moncton and the HMCS Summerside upbound in the South shore canal St Lawrence Seaway above Montreal, destination Great Lakes tour.
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Monday on the St. Lawrence River - Rene Beauchamp
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 De Wert arriving in Montreal
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Ville de Quebec upbound in the Trois-Rivieres area.
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Hurrirane upbound
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De Wert overtaking the Edson tow in the Lanoraie area.
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Colonel, the lead tug towing Edson in the Lanoraie area.
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Edson under tow of Colonel and Ecosse in the Lanoraie area.
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Edson in the Lanoraie area.
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Edson bow, close up. Anchor missing.
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Edson under tow of Colonel and Ecosse, stern view
 

USCG Mackinaw rescues three
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Crewmembers aboard the the Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw handle lines connected to a boat as the cutter's crane lifts the boat out of the water in the vicinity of the Soo Locks Monday. The Mackinaw's crew rescued three people from their disabled boat and salvaged their boat due to incoming severe weather. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Ensign Jenifer Lopez.
       

This year's Grand Haven, Mich. Coast Guard Festival featured three boats in their Parade of Ships:  Neah Bay, CGC Griffon, and Hollyhock - Paul Dalman
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Griffon and Hollyhock line up at the channel entrance.
       

 The Tug Champion and barge Kokosing docked at the newly renovated boat launch in Two Harbors over the weekend - Tom Anderson
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They are in the area to recover 70 barrels that were dumped into Lake Superior by the Department of Defense  50 years ago. 
       

Tugs and barge moored along the St. Clair River in Froomfield Ontario on Monday - Kevin Majewski
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Tug Mary Ellen 1, moored in Froomfield Ontario.
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The barge Great Lakes and the Tug Michigan.
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Close-up of the Tug Michigan notched in the barge.
   

The Army Corps tug Cheraw was tied up to her derrick boat McCauley in the Buffalo, N.Y. Union Ship Canal Tuesday - Brian W.
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Army Corps tug (ex Navy YTB) Cheraw rafted to her derrick boat McCauley at the Gateway Metroport on the Union Ship Canal in Lackawanna. Moored ahead of the tug is a barge load of stone.
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Barge BC-6259 with a load of extra clamshell buckets, a skidster, & a small workboat. In the background to the left is the soon to be demolished Bethlehem Steel North Office Building.
     

Hamilton, Ont. and St Johns Newfoundland - Captain Clarence Vautier
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Provmar Terminal and Hamilton Energy at Hamilton, Ontario.
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DP Reel about to depart for the Whiterose Fields from St John's Harbour.
   

Historical Perspectives - Montrose - George Lee
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Montrose sunk under Ambassador Bridge 1962
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 View from bridge
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Detroit firetug John Kendall
   


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