Ziemia Gornoslaska

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The Polish crewed Ziemia Gornoslaska has been at anchor off the Duluth piers for several days. It should come in this evening to load spring wheat for Spain. Above, it is getting a tug assist away from the dock as it departed on December 16th, last year.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 06-29-2005

Ziemia Gornoslaska

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The Ziemia Gornoslaska was built in 1990 with that name but it quickly became the Lake Charles. Last year, it regained its original name. It will be loading both wheat and soy beans here. It, along with the Ostkap, also arriving today, will be the last two salt water ships to load in Duluth this season. The ship is owned by the Polish Steamship Company. Photo taken May 24, 2003.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 12-14-2004

Ziemia Gornoslaska in from anchor

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The Ziemia Gornoslaska has been at anchor since Thursday afternoon. It made one trip here last year. Owned by the Polish Steamship Company, it was built in 1992 as the Ziemia Gornoslaska. After sailing 11 years as the Lake Charles, it is back with the original name.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 4/16/2004