Algoville here

The Algoville (now the Tim S. Dool) will be here today loading grain. It usually makes 2 to 3 trips a year to the Twin Ports. It has sailed under the ownership of several companies with a variety of colors since it was first built in 1967. Algoma Central of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario bought her as the Senneville in 1994. They changed the boat’s name to Algoville at that time.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 4/25/2005

Algoville in the harbor

The Canadian flagged Algoville came into port at 4:41 Monday morning to load wheat. It should finish today, departing Duluth for a port near the Gulf of St. Lawrence. There the cargo will be discharged to salt water ships that will carry the wheat to world ports on or beyond the Atlantic Ocean. Photo taken December 1, 2001.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 11-30-2004

Algoville arrives Duluth

The Canadian flagged Algoville will be here today to load wheat. This is the vessel’s first trip here this year; she was here only once last year. It is a straight deck bulk carrier launched in 1967 as the Senneville. Photo taken October 1, 2002.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 07-29-2004