Ships in the Port of Thunder Bay
Ships in Port of Thunder Bay – The Federal Ruhr, the Federal Welland, and the Canada Steamship Lines St Laurent – shot at Marina Park in Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay – Thunder Bay at the head of Lake Superior on the Canadian side is a busy port that has ships from around the world that arrive with cargo, and depart with cargo.
Here are some of the ships that have been in the Port of Thunder Bay during the 2017 Shipping Season
Richardson Terminals Main location at Thunder Bay – The Kaministiqua loading grain
Cuyahoga on the Kam River in Thunder Bay loading coal
The Federal Danube loading in Thunder Bay Ontario
The Federal Elbe docked and taking on a load of grain at the Port of Thunder Bay, as a small flock of Canada Geese fly in the foreground
The McKeil Evans Spirit loading on May 5 2017 at Richardson Terminal
ISA on Mission River – May 2 2017 – Photo by Ken Cyrette
The Federal Kivalina in Thunder Bay moored outside the break wall. This Marshall Island flagged vessel is a 200 metre long cargo ship with a gross tonnage of 20659 tonnes
Polstream ISA – Cyprus Flagged Vessel out by Welcome Islands in Thunder Bay. The ISA was heading down to Montreal
Federal Columbia in the Port of Thunder Bay. Shot April 29 2017 – Note the snow on the ground following a late season storm.
The Saganow – April 29 2017 in Thunder Bay
The Saganaw at the Elevator shot by Fisherman’s Park – April 29 2017
The Drawsko – Registered in the Bahamas – 190m × 23.76m – Shot April 29 2017 at Canada Malting in Thunder Bay
The Federal Clyde with Thunder Bay’s iconic Sleeping Giant in the background. Taken April 21 2017 – The ship loaded and departed for Montreal on Sunday April 23 2017.
Algoma Guardian at Current River
The Algoma Guardian on April 21 2017
The Algoma Guardian at the Elevator at the mouth of the Current River viewed from Fisherman’s Park in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
The MV Saginaw a grain carrier in the Port of Thunder Bay
The Rt. Hon. Paul J. Martin a Canada Steamship Lines freighter loading in the Port of Thunder Bay (April 21 2017)
The Canada Steamship Lines St Laurent steaming downbound in Thunder Bay – shot on May 17 2017
Canada Steamship Lines Baie Comeau at Canada Malting
Painting the Canada Steamship Lines Baie Comeau at Canada Malting in Thunder Bay on May 23 2017.
CSL TADOUSSAC (Image April 21 2017)
Canada Steamship Lines Oakglen on May 5 2017 – A rainy late afternoon in Thunder Bay
Port of Thunder Bay Facilities
Keefer Terminal in Thunder Bay
Crane at Keefer Terminal in Thunder Bay
The Port of Thunder Bay had a fantastic September in 2016 – with more cargo volume since September 1997
Canada Malting – Port of Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay looking eastward over Lake Superior
Richardson Main Terminal – Thunder Bay Ontario
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