Cedarglen bound for CN dock

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The Cedarglen came into port last night around 6:30 (above). It then went up the Duluth harbor and turned under the Blatnik Bridge, moving up the St. Louis River to the CN dock in West Duluth where it will load taconite, possibly departing early this morning. The Mesabi Miner is due sometime this morning. It will have to wait for the Paul R. Tregurtha to finish loading coal at Midwest Energy Resources. The Tregurtha waited a good part of Tuesday for the Algowood to complete. It is a good year for coal. Photo taken on June 19, 2007.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 06-20-2007

Cedarglen departing Duluth harbor

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The Cedarglen will be here today to load taconite. It was built in West Germany in 1959 as an ocean going ore carrier and often carried ore between Venezuela and Europe. In 1976, it was purchased by a Canadian firm to carry iron ore between Labrador and Hamilton, Ontario. Now owned by Canada Steamship Lines, it visits the Twin Ports a couple times a year. Today is the first trip this season. Last year, it loaded taconite on both trips, the years before it was usually grain. Photo taken June 16, 2004.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 06-19-2007

Cedarglen German built

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The Cedarglen was built in West Germany in 1959 as an ocean going ore carrier. It often carried ore between Venezuela and Europe. In 1976, it was purchased by a Canadian firm to carry iron ore between Labrador and Hamilton, Ontario. It usually carries grain cargos now. Photo taken June 16, 2004.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 06-15-2005

Cedarglen built in Germany

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The Cedarglen was built in West Germany in 1959 as an ocean going ore carrier. It often carried ore between Venezuela and Europe. In 1976, it was purchased by a Canadian firm to carry iron ore between Labrador and Hamilton, Ontario. She usually carries grain cargos now. Photo taken June 16, 2004.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 09-22-2004

Cedarglen passes North Pier Light

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The Cedarglen was built in West Germany in 1959 as an ocean going ore carrier. She carried ore between Venezuela and Europe. In 1976, she was purchased by a Canadian firm to carry iron ore between Labrador and Hamilton, Ontario. She usually carries grain cargos now.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 06-15-2004