Saturday, August 23, 2014
The CSL Niagara Passes Belle Isle
We saw that there would be one more ship working her way down the River, so we stuck around for that one.
She was the CSL Niagara. I'm not sure where she was coming from but she is heading to Nanticoke which means she either has stone, iron or coal for the steel mill there. She's not a bad looking ship.
But not quite as nice looking as a classic laker like the Barker.
She slowly works her way down the river. While I enjoy taking train pictures, I think I enjoy ship pictures more. It is more relaxing and quieter.
She passes the church in Windsor.
She continues her trek down the Detroit River.
canadian steamship lines
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