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I’ve posted enough photos of “lakers” that you might know what they look like.  In fact, I posted a photo of “queen of the lakes” only a few days ago. So the photos today below are the reason I’m late posting.

Note the self-unloader.  This gear gives these boats enhanced versatility, as they can unload wherever, and fast.

Note the logo.  “Algoma Central Corporation owns and operates the largest fleet of dry and liquid bulk carriers operating on the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence Waterway.”  That’s a quote from here.

And here’s the answer . . . Algoma Integrity is doing Alice‘s run for now, and is therefore operating in salt water. I last saw her upriver of Montreal last fall.

Back in April another self-unloader came to the sixth boro . . . CSL Frontier.

I’m posting a bit late today because I had an  idee fixe of what the post should be.

All photos by Will Van Dorp.

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