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Great Lakes Freighter United States Gypsum

great lakes freighter united states gypsum

Nov 11, 2021Lake freighter English: Lake freighters (lakers) carry bulk cargoes on the Great Lakes in North America,United States Gypsum, launched 1910, . The Soo Locks, Sault Ste Marie Sault Ste Marie, MI,The four Locks operated by the United States Army Corps of,The Paul R Tregurtha is the largest freighter on the Great Lakes at.

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THEODORE H. WICKWIRE JR (1910, Bulk Freighter): Great

THUNDER BAY QUARRIES; UNITED STATES GYPSUM Year of Build: 1910 Official Number: 207776 Construction and Ownership Built at: St. Clair, Michigan, United States Vessel Type: Bulk Freighter Hull Materials: Steel Hull Number: 78 Builder Name: Great Lakes Engineering Works Original Owner: American Steamship Co. Power Propulsion: Screw Engine Type:

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First new Great Lakes freighter in 36 years to be built

May 06, 2019Constructed for Interlake Steamship Company, the new self-unloading bulk carrier is believed to be the first U.S. flagged freighter being built for the Great Lakes since 1983, the company announced...

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Great Lakes Freighters Your Great Lakes Super Store

Welcome CREWMEMBER!!!Our site features the largest collection of Great Lakes Ship models for sale! And some Great Lakes Freighters Merchandise! Bookmark the site and check back frequently!!!View All Products About Us GREAT LAKES FREIGHTERS We offer a wide variety of completed Great Lake Freighter ship models, Merchant Marine items and unique Great

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Clement, Stephen M. Great Lakes Vessel HistoryGreat

Renamed United States Gypsum (1) 1931. Renamed John J. Boland (2) 1939. Remeasured 1948 to 5950 GT, 4616 NT. Severely damaged Nov 2, 1948 in collision with str. Frank Armstrong in fog in Pelee Passage, Lake Erie. One life lost. Enroute light from Lorain OH to Toledo OH. Forward end rebuilt at Toledo by American Ship Building Co.

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Great Lakes Crew Lists National Archives

Aug 15, 2016Updated August 24, 2009 Introduction U.S. immigration officials did not regulate the presence of alien vessel crewmen in the U.S. until 1917. Vessel crew lists for the Great Lakes are available for the 1920s to 1970s for selected ports, and are part of Record Group (RG) 85, Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Crew lists exist only for those vessels

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Algosoo (1974 ship) Wikipedia

Algosoo was used to transport bulk cargoes between ports on the Great Lakes. Cargoes consisted of coal / coke, aggregates, slag, iron ore/oxides, salt, fertilizers, grain products, gypsum, quartzite, and sand. The freighter set several load records

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American Steamship Company Wikipedia

On May 17, 2020, RAND Logistics Inc. announced that they had fully purchased American Steamship Company. In early 2021, Rand Logistics Inc. moved all of ASC's River Class Vessels to their sister fleet, Grand River Naviation. These vessels did not include any of ASC's six 1,000 foot vessels Fleet M/V American Spirit M/V Burns Harbor

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? Live Ship Tracking

Live Ship Tracking. This page provides live tracking of ships on Northern Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. The location data for these ships is currently coming from a receiver at my house, but I hope to move that up to the Stutsmanville repeater site sometime soon to improve coverage.

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Lake freighter Wikimedia Commons

Lake freighter. English: Lake freighters (lakers) carry bulk cargoes on the Great Lakes in North America. Many ship names were reused after boats were sunk, scrapped or sold off and renamed. The same name may apply to four or even five different ships.

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great lakes freighter united states gypsum

Nov 11, 2021Lake freighter English: Lake freighters (lakers) carry bulk cargoes on the Great Lakes in North America,United States Gypsum, launched 1910, . The Soo Locks, Sault Ste Marie Sault Ste Marie, MI,The four Locks operated by the United States Army Corps of,The Paul R Tregurtha is the largest freighter on the Great Lakes at.

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THEODORE H. WICKWIRE JR (1910, Bulk Freighter): Great

THUNDER BAY QUARRIES; UNITED STATES GYPSUM Year of Build: 1910 Official Number: 207776 Construction and Ownership Built at: St. Clair, Michigan, United States Vessel Type: Bulk Freighter Hull Materials: Steel Hull Number: 78 Builder Name: Great Lakes Engineering Works Original Owner: American Steamship Co. Power Propulsion: Screw Engine Type:

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Old Off Shore Alabaster Loading facility U.S. Gypsum

Nov 27, 2009U.S. Gypsum build a tramway into Lake Huron in 1928 to load Alabaster direct to Great Lakes Freighters from this gigantic off shore structure. The Tramway has long since been dismantled and may be a future site for wind turbines. Lab Color in CS3. ">View On Black</a>

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Clement, Stephen M. Great Lakes Vessel HistoryGreat

Renamed United States Gypsum (1) 1931. Renamed John J. Boland (2) 1939. Remeasured 1948 to 5950 GT, 4616 NT. Severely damaged Nov 2, 1948 in collision with str. Frank Armstrong in fog in Pelee Passage, Lake Erie. One life lost. Enroute light from Lorain OH to Toledo OH. Forward end rebuilt at Toledo by American Ship Building Co.

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Great LakesSeaway Shipping News ARCHIVE

UNITED STATES GYPSUM (2) in tow of the German tug FAIRPLAY X was lost in heavy weather on May 21, 1973 near Syndey, Nova Scotia. MN. She was the first freighter on the Great Lakes equipped with a gyro compass. The JOHNSTOWN (2) cleared Erie May 18, 1985 for Quebec City under tow bound for Spain for scrapping. This vessel was the first post

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MV Sam Laud Wikipedia

M/V Sam Laud is a diesel-powered Lake freighter owned and operated by the American Steamship Company.This vessel was built in 1975 at Bay Shipbuilding Company, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin and included self-unloading technology.. The ship is 634 feet 10 inches (193.50 m) long and 68.1 feet (20.8 m) wide, with a carrying capacity of 24,300 tons (at midsummer draft),

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Algosoo (1974 ship) Wikipedia

The freighter set several load records on the Great Lakes, including those for wheat and salt. On 28 December 1976, Algosoo went aground in Lake St. Clair, which according the United States Coast Guard, was probably caused by ice on the lake. On 7 March 1986, while in winter lay up at Port Colborne, Ontario, there was a serious fire on Algosoo.

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CALUMET, Self Discharging Bulk Carrier VesselFinder

The current position of CALUMET is at Great Lakes (coordinates 41.86203 N / 82.23673 W) reported 9 days ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to THE BATCAVE, sailing at a speed of 12.4 knots and expected to arrive there on Jan 19, 02:30.. The vessel CALUMET (IMO: 7329314, MMSI 367340990) is a Self Discharging Bulk Carrier built in 1973 (49 years old) and currently

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Paul H. Townsend Shipwatcher News Great Lakes Ships

Oct 07, 2020Her Story. The Paul H. Townsend was originally constructed in 1945 as a C1-M-AV1 cargo ship by Consolidated Steel Corporation of Wilmington, California, for the U.S. Maritime Commission. She was laid down as the Hickory Coll, but was renamed Coastal Delegate before being launched. The Coastal Delegate entered service in September of 1945, being managed

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S. T. Crapo Shipwatcher News Great Lakes Ships

Her Story. The S. T. Crapo was constructed in 1927 by Great Lakes Engineering Works of River Rouge, Michigan, as a self-unloading powdered cement carrier. She was the second vessel of this type to be constructed in the world, the first being her fleetmate John W. Boardman of 1923. The keel for the Crapo was laid on April 11, 1927, being launched with her boilers lit on July 7, 1927.

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Ore carrier Tom Girdler and the United States Gypsum in

Ore carrier Tom Girdler and the United States Gypsum in Calumet river south of 101 St. bridge Tug brings ore boat into and up the Cuyahoga rivernoon Lake freighter along dock at 92nd St. bridge near mouth of Calumet river. So. Chgo. Lakes freighter entering harbor at Calumet river mouth. Scudding mist, Calumet river from 92nd St. Bridge.

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Iconic Iosco County gypsum bin to be demolished offshore

Jun 10, 2020Currently owned by United States Gypsum Company (USG), the structure is now slated for demolition. “While our marine bin has been a familiar waypoint on the Lake Huron shoreline for many decades

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John W. Boardman

Type: Great Lakes bulk freighter Displacement: 5,500 tons Dimensions: 350 x 55 x 28 ft. Machinery: = knots Crew: Builder: 1923 Service: Built for Huron Transportation Co., the first Great Lakes ship built to handle cement in bulk. Taken over by National Gypsum and renamed Lewis G. Harriman in 1965. The forward section is now a cabin at DeTour

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Lake freighter Wikimedia Commons

Lake freighter. English: Lake freighters (lakers) carry bulk cargoes on the Great Lakes in North America. Many ship names were reused after boats were sunk, scrapped or sold off and renamed. The same name may apply to four or even five different ships.

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great lakes freighter united states gypsum

Nov 11, 2021Lake freighter English: Lake freighters (lakers) carry bulk cargoes on the Great Lakes in North America,United States Gypsum, launched 1910, . The Soo Locks, Sault Ste Marie Sault Ste Marie, MI,The four Locks operated by the United States Army Corps of,The Paul R Tregurtha is the largest freighter on the Great Lakes at.

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THEODORE H. WICKWIRE JR (1910, Bulk Freighter): Great

THUNDER BAY QUARRIES; UNITED STATES GYPSUM Year of Build: 1910 Official Number: 207776 Construction and Ownership Built at: St. Clair, Michigan, United States Vessel Type: Bulk Freighter Hull Materials: Steel Hull Number: 78 Builder Name: Great Lakes Engineering Works Original Owner: American Steamship Co. Power Propulsion: Screw Engine Type:

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Old Off Shore Alabaster Loading facility U.S. Gypsum

Nov 27, 2009U.S. Gypsum build a tramway into Lake Huron in 1928 to load Alabaster direct to Great Lakes Freighters from this gigantic off shore structure. The Tramway has long since been dismantled and may be a future site for wind turbines. Lab Color in CS3. ">View On Black</a>

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Clement, Stephen M. Great Lakes Vessel HistoryGreat

Renamed United States Gypsum (1) 1931. Renamed John J. Boland (2) 1939. Remeasured 1948 to 5950 GT, 4616 NT. Severely damaged Nov 2, 1948 in collision with str. Frank Armstrong in fog in Pelee Passage, Lake Erie. One life lost. Enroute light from Lorain OH to Toledo OH. Forward end rebuilt at Toledo by American Ship Building Co.

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Great LakesSeaway Shipping News ARCHIVE

UNITED STATES GYPSUM (2) in tow of the German tug FAIRPLAY X was lost in heavy weather on May 21, 1973 near Syndey, Nova Scotia. MN. She was the first freighter on the Great Lakes equipped with a gyro compass. The JOHNSTOWN (2) cleared Erie May 18, 1985 for Quebec City under tow bound for Spain for scrapping. This vessel was the first post

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Algosoo (1974 ship) Wikipedia

Algosoo was a lake freighter constructed for Algoma Central in 1974 by Colling Shipyard in Colling, Ontario.The second ship of the name, Algosoo was the last lake freighter built in the traditional design for use on the North American Great Lakes, where the bridge topped a superstructure right in the ship's bow, and a second superstructure topped her engines, right

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MV Sam Laud Wikipedia

M/V Sam Laud is a diesel-powered Lake freighter owned and operated by the American Steamship Company.This vessel was built in 1975 at Bay Shipbuilding Company, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin and included self-unloading technology.. The ship is 634 feet 10 inches (193.50 m) long and 68.1 feet (20.8 m) wide, with a carrying capacity of 24,300 tons (at midsummer draft),

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CALUMET, Self Discharging Bulk Carrier VesselFinder

The current position of CALUMET is at Great Lakes (coordinates 41.86203 N / 82.23673 W) reported 9 days ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to THE BATCAVE, sailing at a speed of 12.4 knots and expected to arrive there on Jan 19, 02:30.. The vessel CALUMET (IMO: 7329314, MMSI 367340990) is a Self Discharging Bulk Carrier built in 1973 (49 years old) and currently

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Paul H. Townsend Shipwatcher News Great Lakes Ships

Oct 07, 2020Her Story. The Paul H. Townsend was originally constructed in 1945 as a C1-M-AV1 cargo ship by Consolidated Steel Corporation of Wilmington, California, for the U.S. Maritime Commission. She was laid down as the Hickory Coll, but was renamed Coastal Delegate before being launched. The Coastal Delegate entered service in September of 1945, being managed

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S. T. Crapo Shipwatcher News Great Lakes Ships

Her Story. The S. T. Crapo was constructed in 1927 by Great Lakes Engineering Works of River Rouge, Michigan, as a self-unloading powdered cement carrier. She was the second vessel of this type to be constructed in the world, the first being her fleetmate John W. Boardman of 1923. The keel for the Crapo was laid on April 11, 1927, being launched with her boilers lit on July 7, 1927.

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Ore carrier Tom Girdler and the United States Gypsum in

Ore carrier Tom Girdler and the United States Gypsum in Calumet river south of 101 St. bridge Tug brings ore boat into and up the Cuyahoga rivernoon Lake freighter along dock at 92nd St. bridge near mouth of Calumet river. So. Chgo. Lakes freighter entering harbor at Calumet river mouth. Scudding mist, Calumet river from 92nd St. Bridge.

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Iconic Iosco County gypsum bin to be demolished offshore

Jun 10, 2020Currently owned by United States Gypsum Company (USG), the structure is now slated for demolition. “While our marine bin has been a familiar waypoint on the Lake Huron shoreline for many decades

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John W. Boardman

Type: Great Lakes bulk freighter Displacement: 5,500 tons Dimensions: 350 x 55 x 28 ft. Machinery: = knots Crew: Builder: 1923 Service: Built for Huron Transportation Co., the first Great Lakes ship built to handle cement in bulk. Taken over by National Gypsum and renamed Lewis G. Harriman in 1965. The forward section is now a cabin at DeTour

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