American Integrity in Silver Bay

Steve Anderson took this picture of the American Integrity at the dock at Silver Bay on October 27, 2011 from a unique angle at a port we don’t see so often on this page. He was nice enough to share it with me so I now share it with you.
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After making two round trips loading iron ore pellets at Two Harbors and discharging them in Zug Island, Michigan, she arrived in Duluth Superior October 26 to load coal at Midwest Energy Resources in Superior.  She left there for Silver Bay where she discharged her cargo of coal (above) on October 27th. From there, she went back to Two Harbors to load iron ore pellets for Zug Island.

We get a big hand from …

… the American Century (formerly the Columbia Star) as she came into Duluth around noon on December 29th, 2010. The hand inside the hand belongs to John Kernohan, 2nd mate on the boat (inset). They are here to load 64,000 tons of low sulfur coal at Midwest Energy Resources in Superior. Later today, she will depart to take that cargo to Silver Bay.