Like I said in my last post, I had bigger fish to fry in Bellevue. Those bigger fish came in the form of Berkshire engines.
Monday, September 27, 2021
A 757 of a Different Sort
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Labels: 757, 765, bellevue, nickel plate railroad, ohio, steam engine
Doing Some Aerial Trainspotting
I was thinking about heading over to Grand Haven on Sunday. The Great Republic was coming in but then I got to thinking about the crowds that would be there, so I decided to head down to Ohio instead. There was a special treat waiting for me in Bellevue. More on that in the next post.
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Saturday, September 25, 2021
The Texas State Bobcats at Eastern Michigan Eagles
Today was football day, so I couldn't get any ship pictures. It looked like it was going to be nasty because it was raining this morning but it cleared right up around game time.
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Labels: eastern michigan, football, rynearson stadium, ypsilanti
The Cuyahoga Heads for her Namesake River
And this was the ship that I wanted to catch.
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Labels: cuyahoga, lake huron, lower lakes, marysville, port huron, ship, st clair, st clair river
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