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January 18 -19, 2015


 
Sturgeon Bay Wis. - Mitch Custer
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Edgar Speer coming down the shipping canal in Sturgeon Bay.
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Speer as it approached the Bayview Bridge in Sturgeon Bay.
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Ice buildup on the bow of the Speer as it passed the Bayview bridge.
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CSL Assiniboine being move out of the graving dock at Bay Shipbuilding and moved up to a slip.
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  The tug Jimmy L moving the Rebecca Lynn over to a different slip at Bay Shipbuilding.
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Buffalo coming into the Bay View Bridge in Sturgeon Bay.
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Paul R. Tregurtha arrives.
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Passing through the Oregon/Maple Bridge.
   

Port Colborne - James Bowser                                                                              
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Baie Comeau is tied up in front of Lock 8.
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Algoma Progress has been moved into scrapping slip.
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Closing of the Soo Locks -
USACE
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The final cargo vessel of the season to pass through the Soo Locks was the tug/barge Defiance/Ashtabula enroute for Toledo, Ohio with 23,596 tons of taconite, she cleared the lock at 7:23 Saturday morning.  Pictured is the U.S.C.G. Cutter Mackinaw (the actual last boat of the season) passing the tug/barge and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tug Owen M. Frederick preparing to enter the lock to scrape ice from the gates. Crews are already beginning the de-watering process for winter work
       

John G. Munson stuck in the ice this Sunday after leaving Essar steel in upper St Marys River - Kevin Belanger
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Burns Harbor arrived in Milwaukee Sunday for winter layup
- Melanie Buellesbach
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Tug Oklahoma clearing ice from her slip.
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Buffalo headed for lay-up in Sturgeon Bay, Wis. -
Trisha McKinney‎
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U.S. Coast Guard cutter Hollyhock headed into the Welland Canal at Port Colborne Friday
- Nathaniel David Johnson‎
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Hollyhock broke ice outside the harbour so CSL Baie Comeau and CSL Thunder Bay could get into the canal. Nadro Marine tug Seahound broke up ice in the canal and out to the lighthouse
       


Stopped in the St. Marys River last week - Julie Fletcher

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Edwin H Gott waiting in the St. Marys River last week at 8 Mile off Sugar Island - Judy Skowronek
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Welland Canal in November - Paul Beesley
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Olza above Lock 1.
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Vikingbank below Lock 2.  Notice the bow design.
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Kirkeholmen below Lock 2.
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Birchglen above Lock 1.
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Federal Welland below Lock 2.
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Ojibway passes the Rt Hon Paul J Martin below Lock 2.
 

Ryerson and Risley -
Neil Johnson
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 Edward L. Ryerson exiting the Detroit River's  Livingston Channel.
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CCGS Samuel Risley Detroit River 2008
 


 

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