Indiana Harbor back here for coal

The Indiana Harbor came into port on Sunday afternoon (above) to load coal. It had to wait for the Canadian Transport to finish at the coal dock. That happened around 7 pm last night. The Indiana Harbor moved in and probably left for Detroit Edison power plants in St. Clair and Monroe, Michigan early this morning with about 64,000 tons of coal. While coal is still the big cargo moving today, there is cement and limestone to discharge, iron ore pellets to load and two ships loaded with grain to depart this evening. Photo taken on June 14, 2009
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 06-15-2009

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