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Ships - Manistique

Ships, Seasons, Winter, Manistique going to Houghton for fuel. [Ship travels through icy waters.]

Scanned: July 28, 2006


Freighters

Seasons, Winter, Ships, Water, Lakes Forward view of the Morland wreck showing 5 feet of ice. Reid Wrecking Co. tug at work. [View of the ice covered freighter.]

Scanned: July 28, 2006


Ships - Moreland

Ships, Locomotion, Boats and Boating, Workboats, Tugboats, Seasons, Winter Reid's Wrecking Crew Spending a Merry Christmas on the Moreland Wreck , 6 Below Zero [Image of the ice covered ship. Tugboats next to it.]

Scanned: October 23, 2006


Croze's Dry Dock

Harbors, Docks, Ships, Seasons, Winter Croze's Dry Dock in Winter. [Three vessels are shown in winter storage: The Annie R. Hennes, Ethel J. Pryor and another vessel.]

Scanned: March 19, 2010


Mont Ripley

Seasons, Winter, Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Ships Snow and Ice across Portage Lake, hull of tug "Wagtham"

Scanned: May 14, 2014


Cities & Towns - Houghton

Ships, Water, Seasons, Winter R. T. Roy & Esther - Croze Dry Dock [Good photo of the two vessels in winter storage.]

Scanned: April 15, 2008


Ships - Favorite

Locomotion, Boats and Boating, Ships, Ice Breaking Vessels, Seasons, Winter Wrecking Tug Favorite on Portage Lake, January 30, 1914. [Image of the ice bound vessel on Portage Lake. Several people gather around her on the frozen waters.]

Scanned: February 12, 2007


Ships - Str. Alfred P. Wright

Ships, Water, Lakes, Seasons, Winter Str. Alfred P. Wright with Witney Tug. December 13, 1915. [Image of the two vessels surrounded by smoke in icy waters.]

Scanned: February 26, 2007


Ships - Algoma

Ships, Harbors, Docks, Seasons, Winter Steamship Algoma as she arrived at Port Arthur covered with ice. [Image of the ship at dock.]

Scanned: April 4, 2007


Shipping - Portage Lake Canal

Seasons, Winter, Ships, Transportation, Bridges Near zero temperatures combined with gusty winds of 40 miles an hour and lashing waters froze the Portage Lake drawbridge Monday night. As a result, steamers were unable to pursue their normal protected route to the Sault and Duluth Superior Harbor by the secure Keweenaw Waterway. The photo shows the Nicholson Transit Co. Steamer James Watt plowing through the released drawbridge. The bridge was thawed just an hour prior. The photo was taken from the high lift bridge just before the ship coursed through the open draw and under the lift span. [Image of the ore boat making its way through the open bridge. Large chunks of ice float in the water.]

Scanned: March 30, 2009