Earl W. Oglebay in Twin Ports harbor

The Earl W. Oglebay, at 630 feet long, is usually found taking taconite up the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland. Today, it will be in Duluth with limestone loaded at Port Dolomite, Michigan. After discharging that cargo, it will go to Silver Bay to load taconite for the Cleveland Bulk Terminal, and then up the Cuyahoga River for 6 miles to the ISG steel plant. Photo taken November 29, 2003.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 07-17-2005
Kenneth Newhams :