As I was heading home from Fostoria, I looked down the Maumee River and I saw what appeared to be a ship coming in. So I decided to look for a spot where I could catch her.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
A Surprise Ship
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Labels: lower lakes, maumee river, michipicoten, ship, toledo
So on Sunday I decided to do a little railfanning. I was up a little too late for the ship traffic and I wanted to do something.
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Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Eastern Michigan Football Vs Army
I'm just posting some of my pictures from the Eastern Michigan game on Saturday night. For here, I'm doing more of the stuff surrounding the game rather than the game itself. If you want to see pictures from the game, go to Eagle Totem.
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Labels: army, eastern michigan, football, rynearson, ypsilanti
Monday, September 28, 2015
And We End With the Algoway
I was actually hoping to catch the next ship at the Blue Water Bridge but my time was starting to run out, so I decided to head further down the river to catch her.
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Labels: algoma central, algoway, port huron, ship, st clair river
Action Jackson Makes an Appearance
The next ship is another classic laker.
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I've passed by the Bramble a number of times. One of these days I will actually pay her a visit. While I am doing that, I will also pay a visit to the Huron Lightship.
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Labels: bramble, coast guard, museum ship, port huron, st clair river
The Dorothy Ann/Pathfinder made her appearance while the train was doing it's thing.
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Labels: dorothy ann, interlake steamship, pathfinder, ship, tug/barge
Surprised by the Train
After the St. Clair, I decided to return to my spot to catch the next ship. I also decided to take a brief nap as it would be roughly a half hour before she appeared. I was a little on the tired side at that point.
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Labels: Canadian national, grand trunk, port huron, train
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