Monday, October 29, 2007


The HERBERT P. BRAKE arrived in port early on Monday morning, a week after departing for Albany with the PAV 101. The vessel docked at the West Slip, and moved over to the west side of Dobbin's Landing at around 0945.

The BRAKE should be departing tomorrow or Wednesday with the PAV 102 in tow.

Unloading continues on the McALLISTER 132 at the Mountfort Terminal. Tomorrow, the AMERICAN COURAGE, with stone from Cedarville, is expected to arrive in port at 1045. The COURAGE will dock at the Old Ore Dock.

McALLISTER 132 unloading.

Another view.

HERBERT P. BRAKE at dock this morning.

BRAKE backs away from the dock.


BRAKE throttles up and turns toward the harbor.

Approaching Dobbin's Landing.


BRAKE approaching Dobbin's Landing.

The deckhand on the BRAKE throws the line toward the dock.

He missed the first time, so he reeled the line in and threw it again.

All secured.

J.S. St. JOHN inbound the Old Ore Dock at 1000.

St. JOHN ties up..

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