On my fly-out this past Sunday, I had the good fortune to spot several ships in the Detroit River.
Here at the Windsor docks is the Mississagi, Built in 1943 for US Steel, she sailed the Great Lakes for almost 60 years as the George A. Sloan.
Next, we have this Interlakes steamship downbound.
Herbert C Jackson, another one of the endangered steamships. Built in 1959, she's 690 feet long, making her Interlakes' smallest bulk carrier.
Nanticoke. She's a 730-foot self-unloading bulk carrier. Built in 1980, she's diesel powered.
Federal EMS, a 600-foot bulk carrier out of Limassol, Cyprus.