12-14-15-01.jpg

Freese Shipping (Germany) "Pacific Huron" downbound on the St Clair River passing Port

Huron MI/Sarnia ON with a load of grain enroute from Thunder Bay ON to Montreal QC

12-14-15-02.jpg

December 14th Algoma Central "Algoma Harvester" upbound on the St Lawrence River

passing Clayton NY.   Enroute from Port Cartier QC to Hamilton ON with a load of ore.

12-14-15-04.jpg

December 14th Canada Steamship Lines "CSL Assiniboine" Downbound on the Detroit

River passing Windsor ON. Destination Quebec QC with a load of coal.

12-15-15-02.jpg

Algoma Central "Algoma Olympic" downbound on the St Lawrence River passing Clayton

NY enroute from Goderich ON to Valley Field QC (near Montreal)

12-15-15-03.jpg

On the left the "Algoma Olympic" meets the "CSL St Laurent" at Clayton NY

12-15-15-04.jpg

December 15th Canada Shipping Lines "CSL St Laurent" upbound on the St Lawrence

River passing Clayton NY enroute from Montreal QC to Thunder Bay ON

12-15-15-05.jpg

December 15th Algoma Central "Radcliffe R Latimer" downbound on the Detroit River

passing Windsor ON with a load of iron ore from Superior WI to Hamilton ON

12-15-15-06.jpg

December 15th Canada Steamship Lines "CSL Welland" exiting the Poe Lock. Destination

Thunder Bay ON.

12-15-15-07.jpg

December 15th Polish Steamship "Juno" downbound on the St Clair River passing Port

Huron MI/Sarnia ON with a load of grain from Thunder Bay ON to Montreal QC

12-15-15-08.jpg

December 15th Seastar Chartering (Greece) "Apollon" downbound at Port Huron MI with

a load of grain from Thunder Bay ON to Montreal QC

12-16-15-03.jpg

Canada Steamship Lines "Thunder Bay" on Lake Superor along the east shore northeast

of Duluth.  Destination Two Harbors MN to load iron ore.  Already a day late.

credit Capt Jason Church.

 

12-16-15-01.jpg

Algoma Central "Algorail" upbound on the Detroit river passing Windsor ON. Enroute

from Hamilton ON. Destination unknown.

12-16-15-02.jpg

Spliethoff's Bevrachtingskantour BV (Netherlands) "Flevorgracht" entering the Poe Lock

with a load of grain from Thunder Bay ON to Montreal QC

Note the "Cornelia" is still detained in the Duluth Anchorage due to an oily discharge.

It is suspected that the oil discovered in Lake Erie and thought to be from a sunken wreck

may be related as the "Cornelia" was enroute to Duluth MN at the time.