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This photo album contains pictures taken by Capt. Duncan Schubert. A few are of a trip to Sept Isles for ore.


 

Capt. Duncan Schubert sailing history.
(Courtesy of Skip Gillham)
Deckhand, Louis W. Hill, 1938
Third Mate, William D. Crawford, 1941
Third Mate, Carle C. Conway, 1942
Third Mate, George R. Fink, 1943
Third Mate, Emory L. Ford, 1944
Second Mate. George R. Fink, 1944
Third Mate, Emory L. Ford, 1945
Third Mate, Emory L. Ford, 1946
Second Mate, Emory L. Ford, 1946
Second Mate, Joseph Wood, 1947
Third Mate, Edward J. Berwind, 1947
Second Mate, Albert E. Heekin, 1948
Second Mate, Fred G. Hartwell, 1949
Second Mate, Fred G. Hartwell, 1950
Second Mate, Fred G. Hartwell, 1951
Second Mate. Emory L. Ford, 1952
Second Mate, Emory L. Ford, 1953
Second Mate, George R. Fink, 1954
Second Mate, George M. Humphrey, 1955
Second Mate, George M. Humphrey, 1956
First Mate, Emory L. Ford, 1957
First Mate, Matthew Andrews, 1958
Second Mate, Joseph H. Thompson, 1958
First Mate, George M. Humphrey, 1959
First Mate, George M. Humphrey, 1960
First Mate, Winter Hill, 1961
First Mate, Leon Falk Jr., 1962
First Mate, Joseph H. Thompson, 1963
First Mate, Joseph H. Thompson, 1964
First Mate, Joseph H. Thompson, 1965
Captain, Mathew Andrews, 1966
Captain, Mathew Andrews, 1967
Captain, Joseph H. Thompson, 1967
Captain, Joseph H. Thompson, 1968
Captain, Joseph H. Thompson, 1969
Captain, Joseph H. Thompson, 1970
Captain, Joseph H. Thompson, 1971
Captain, Joseph H. Thompson, 1972
Captain, Leon Falk Jr., 1973
Captain, Leon Falk Jr., 1974

 

Rounding the bend and lining up for the Honoré Mercier Bridge.

Waiting for the bridge over the St. Lambert Lock to open before proceeding.

The tug Pointe Aux Basques along side to help the Falk into her dock in Sept Isles.

Final push up to the dock.

Passing the Asia Fidelity after clearing the Lower Beauharnois Lock upbound.

Clearing the St. Louis Bridge on the Beauharnois Canal.

Passing through the Thousand Islands area.

Entering the Flight Locks on the Welland Canal.

Passing a Yugoslavian salty at the old Guard Gate on the Welland Canal.

Passing the Paul H. Carnahan.

   

Moving up the slip in Gary to the unloading dock.

Lining up to enter the Rock Cut.

At a dock ready to unload.

Coast Guard out to free the Falk.

 

 


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