CSL Tadoussac departing Twin Ports

A boat called the Tadoussac made many trips to the Twin Ports since it was built in 1969. During the winter of 2000/2001, it was widened from 75 feet to 78 feet, its cargo self-unloading system was upgraded and it was re launched as the CSL Tadoussac. CSL stands for Canada Steamship Lines, the boat’s owner in Montreal. It has been sitting at anchor off the Duluth piers since Friday waiting a turn to load taconite at the CN Dock in West Duluth. The boat should come in this afternoon as it is set to move in after the Atlantic Huron completes loading at the dock. It is seen above departing Duluth in late August last year. Photo taken on August 29, 2007
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 01-05-2008
Kenneth Newhams :