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Quick and dirty . . . since forces are pulling me every which way these days.  Between the Great Lakes, which Joe is warning me about, and the sixth boro, which I call home, is the Erie Canal.  And some classy vessels populate it, like Governor Roosevelt.   See my latest foto here.  Thanks to Jason LaDue for this shot of a very substantial ice-breaking hull.

Lockport here assists Day Peckinpaugh.  I hope to get to Lockport in spring.

More recently, Seneca was on the hard in Lyons.  So . . . was she the one built in 1932?

Thanks to Jason for the fotos attributed to him.  Here’s a foto of sister Canal Corp  vessel Urger in the drydock last spring.

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