Iglehart J. A. W. unloading cement into fleetmate storage ship E.M. Ford at Saginaw.
Iglehart J. A. W. close-up of both bows.
Indiana Harbor upbound on the St. Clair River at Sarnia.
Indiana Harbor passing under the Blue Water Bridge, Port Huron/Sarnia.
Indiana Harbor downbound passing West Pier Drive In at the Soo.
Innovation (barge) with tug Samuel de Champlain downbound at Port Huron.
Irvin William A. museum ship, downtown Duluth Mn.
Iryda downbound on the St. Clair River near Harsens Island.
Jackson Herbert C. outbound from the Rouge River entering the Detroit River.
Jackson Herbert C. stern view.
Jackson Herbert C. downbound at the Soo Locks.
Kapitonas Kaminskas at the Morton Terminal, Windsor.
Kapitonas Marcinkus upbound on the St. Clair River near the cut off canal.
Katmia Bay at Rock Cut clearing brash ice to help free the Edgar B. Speer.
Kent downbound entering the St. Clair River at Port Huron.
Kinsman Independent upbound on the St. Clair River near Harsons Island.
Kinsman Independent upbound on the St. Clair River near Harsons Island, stern view.
Lady Hamilton downbound on the St. Marys River at Mission Point.
Lake Superior saltie, loading at Windsor.
Lakes Contender Downbound bound at Mission Point.
Laud Sam downbound on the Detroit River near Zug Island.
Laud Sam downbound on the St. Clair River passing Sarnia Ontario.
Laud Sam upbound on the St. Clair River near Harsons Island on a gray day.
Lamberts Spirit downbound crossing Lake St. Clair.
Leitch Gordon C. upbound on the St. Clair River near Sarnia/Port Huron.
Leitch John D. downbound on the Detroit River near River Rouge.
Liski saltwater vessel loading cargo at the Algoma Steel export dock.
Lok Pratap at the Morton Terminal, Windsor.
Luedtke Curt R. assisting the the construction of new cement silos, Detroit.
Lynn Rebecca downbound crossing Lake St. Clair.
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