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April 27, 2007

4/27 - John G. Munson visits Stoneport - Ben & Chanda McClain

Munson at the dock

Side view loading

Steam up, departing the dock

Backing away

4/27 - Nindawayma tow arrives at Port Weller - Al Howard

Commodore Straits

Radium Yellowknife leading

Radium Yellowknife



Pilothouse wings removed to clear lock walls.

Sliding into Lock One.

Close to the wall



Being raised in Lock One



Leaving Lock One




Moving across the canal to the former Port Weller Drydock


Securing at the fit out dock.


4/27 Marquette visitors - Rod Burdick

Great Lakes trader loading ore

Lee A. Tregurtha on her way back down the lake.

4/26 - Nindawayma tow at Cote Ste Catherines wharf - Kent Malo

Radium Yellowknife, Nindawayma, and Commodore Straits

Nindawayma, bow view

Radium Yellowknife, Nindawayma

Another view

4/26 - Nindawayma tow from Bradford to Iroquois South lower safety wall. - Wayne Clifford

Looking like a ghost ship

The lashup

Radium Yellowknife following

Commodore Straits provide the power

Squeezing over to the wall.

Secured and ready for the lock.

The tanker Clipper Tasmania was in Green Bay Wednesday, and appeared to be blowing off steam. - Lee Rowe

4/26 - Historic Perspective - Richelieu and transition to Algocape - John McCreery

Richelieu up bound lock one November 1, 1987.

Transition to Algocape at Welland Wharf 10 - September 18, 1994

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