St. Clair leaving Duluth

 

I’m getting pretty good at catching the St. Clair. The past three times I’ve made it to the shore, she’s been at Two Harbors or Duluth. Here are some pictures of her from the shore up a couple miles from Canal Park. DSCN4352 DSCN4353 DSCN4375 DSCN4397 DSCN4427

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Thunder Bay visits CN for the first time

The new CSL Trillium Class ship Thunder Bay (the third to arrive of the four) made her first visit to CN to pick up iron ore. This was her third trip to the port; her previous two loading coal at MERC. She was built in 2013 and is 739 feet long. DSCN4502 DSCN4654 DSCN4667 DSCN4680

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St. Clair arrives Duluth

The St. Clair is seen here arriving Duluth empty to pick up 40,000 tons of iron ore at CN in West Duluth. Video of her arrival: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3YHfJJOJ4QST. Clair St. Clair St. Clair

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Watch the Kaye E. Barker arrive Duluth

Video I recorded of the Kaye E. Barker arriving Duluth. 

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Kaye E. Barker arrives Duluth

The Kaye E. Barker arrived Duluth to unload coal at the Hallet #5 dock in west Duluth on August 17th. She was built in 1952 as the Edward B. Greene. Kaye E. Barker Kaye E. Barker Kaye E. Barker

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The new Thunder Bay in Duluth

The brand new Trillium Class freighter Thunder Bay made its first trip to Duluth in August. She arrived under the lift bridge around 11:30 on August 16th and departed around noon on August 17th. She loaded coal at MERC. She was built in China in 2013, and is 739’10”. Thunder Bay Thunder Bay Thunder Bay

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James R. Barker departs Duluth

 

The James R. Barker is seen here departing Duluth with coal on July 30th, 2013. She arrived at 5:30 and departed at 4:00. James R. Barker James R. Barker James R. Barker James R. Barker James R. Barker

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