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Shipping traffic: Quiet day

It will be a quiet day in the horbor with the only scheduled arrival the James R. Barker. On another cold day, the Canadian Progress is shown here outbound through the Duluth piers in April 2003 in a photo take by Bill McLean. Built by Port Welle...

Canadian Progress

It will be a quiet day in the horbor with the only scheduled arrival the James R. Barker. On another cold day, the Canadian Progress is shown here outbound through the Duluth piers in April 2003 in a photo take by Bill McLean. Built by Port Weller Dry Docks in St. Catharines, Ontario as their hull No. 48, the self-unloading bulk carrier was launched on July 8, 1968, for Upper Lakes Group Inc., Toronto. The Canadian Progess was last in Duluth Dec. 7, when it left with a load of iron ore pellets.

DULUTH ENTRY

Morning: James R. Barker, arriving to load coal.

SUPERIOR ENTRY

No traffic expected.

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TWO HARBORS

Morning: Edgar B. Speer, arriving to load iron ore pellets; Roger Blough, departing with iron ore pellets.

Evening/night: Presque Isle, arriving to load iron ore pellets.

For updated information 24 hours a day, call the Boatwatcher's Hotline at (218) 722-6489.

Source: The Lake Superior Marine Museum in Canal Park, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and boatnerd.com. Arrival and departure times are not official and can vary widely.

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