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Check out these shots of Cheyenne –a former staple in the sixth boro–recently in her new ecosystem.

Cheyenne recently assisted this  unit getting out of a waterway in Detroit.

 

Powering the barge to a port on another Lake is Evans McKeil, built in Balboa, Panama, in 1936!  In comparison, Cheyenne (1965, Brooklyn) is a youngster.

The lights from steelmaking in Detroit are truly unique.

 

Niagara Spirit is a large barge . . . 340′ x 78′ with a carrying capacity of almost 8000 metric tons.  In this case, the cargo is just over 6000 tons of coke . . . .  That’s not Coke.

And when the job is done, Cheyenne returns to her berth along the Detroit river, resting up for the next job.

All photos by an anonymous mariner.

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