Canadian Navigator meets seagull

The Canadian Navigator, not here since July, 2002, will be arriving today to load coal for Ontario Power Generation in Nanticoke. It was built in 1967 in Great Britain for salt water duty. After several trips to the ship yard resulted in an increase in length and cargo capacity, it was sold in 1975 to Upper Lakes Group and moved over to Great Lakes service. Several name changes followed; it became the Canadian Navigator in 1980. Photo taken July 9, 2002.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 07-06-2005
Kenneth Newhams :