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You are overlooking Duluth, Minnesota which is a city built on hills overlooking the western tip of Lake Superior. The first camera to the left is owned and operated by the Corps of Engineers' Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center with funding from the Lake Superior Marine Museum Association. The next camera is focused on the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge while the next three cameras cover the Duluth Inner Harbor and the Duluth Main Harbor.
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Arthur M. Anderson arrived at 04:21
HHL Congo arrived at 05:00
Indiana Harbor departed at 14:15
Paul R. Tregurtha arrived at 15:30
Arthur M. Anderson departed at 15:50
American Courage departed at 16:50
HHL Congo (Ant) departed at 18:25
Mesabi Miner arrived at 21:40
Walter J. McCarthy Jr. departed at 02:33
James R. Barker arrived at 03:06
Champion /Kokosing 1 arrived at 03:15
Hon. James L. Oberstar departed at 03:45
Champion /Kokosing 1 departed at 11:40
CSL Niagara (CA) arrived at 12:12
James R. Barker departed at 14:10
Indiana Harbor arrived at 20:00
An approaching lightning storm made for quit a spectacular light show last night.
This picture was taken as the storm reflected the incredible beauty of nature and the handiwork of God onto the calm waters.
John G. Munson departed at 02:26
Michipicoten (CA) arrived at 04:22
Joseph L. Block arrived at 07:52
Michipicoten (CA) departed at 14:10
Herbert C. Jackson arrived at 15:45
American Integrity arrived at 16:30
Federal Maas (BWI) departed at 16:45
Currents in the Duluth Shipping Canal can be tricky, especially after a heavy rain, such as last night.
When the 698 foot Michipicoten began to make it's final turn into the canal this afternoon, it was forced to back up and re-negotiate the turn in the swift current.
An alert crew, made the correction with plenty of room to spare.
An interesting turn of events to watch.
James R. Barker departed at 02:17
Cason J. Callaway arrived at 04:45
Hon. James L. Oberstar departed at 07:33
Walter J. McCarthy Jr. departed at 12:35
James R. Barker arrived at 13:35
Cason J. Callaway departed at 15:00
Paul R. Tregurtha arrived at 15:55
James R. Barker departed at 23:00
I often visit Split Rock Lighthouse and never get tired of it's sheer beauty.
Sitting on top of a 130 foot cliff, the lighthouse has stood sentinel over Lake Superior's North Shore for over 100 years.
Hang onto your hat as you step out on the ledge of the lantern room for a dramatic 360 degree view of the big lake.
Indiana Harbor departed at 02:36
Great Lakes Trader/Joyce L. Van Enkevort departed at 04:19
Mesabi Miner arrived at 05:21
Paul R. Tregurtha departed at 11:15
Elbeborg (Dutch) arrived at 12:30
Mesabi Miner departed at 16:15
Atlanticborg (Dutch) departed at 20:20
James R. Barker departed at 03:35
Arthur M. Anderson arrived at 04:15
Buffalo arrived at 07:40
Indiana Harbor arrived at 10:05
Buffalo (US) departed at 14:30
Great Lakes Trader/Joyce L. Van Enkevort arrived at 19:15
Ebroborg (Dutch) departed at 19:55
Arthur M. Anderson departed at 22::45
Paul R. Tregurtha arrived at 23:30
Cason J. Callaway arrived Duluth at 03:27
Walter J. McCarthy Jr. arrived Duluth at 06:24
American Integrity departed Duluth at 13:00
Ebroborg (Dutch) arrived Duluth at 13:20
Walter J. McCarthy Jr. departed Duluth at 19:30
CSL Laurentien arrived at 01:14
CSL Assiniboine departed at 05:38
Atlanticborg (Dutch) departed at 10:15
CSL Laurentien (CA) departed at 11:15
Mesabi Miner arrived at 15:30
Algosoo (CA) arrived at 19:55
American Mariner depart at 21:40
Edgar B. Speer depart at 23:10
While you view the beautiful scenes around the Duluth-Superior Harbor today through the harborcams, I don't want you to miss some of the other gems around Duluth, such as Enger Park and it's new pavilion.
Enger Park is located high on the bluffs in the heart of Duluth.
It's good to see the big boys (1000 footers) back in town now that Midwest Energy is operational after the flooding.
Edgar B. Speer
Arthur M. Anderson arrived at 02:16
James R. Barker arrived at 04:16
Algoma Quebecois arrived at 09:40
Arthur M. Anderson departed at 13:20
James R. Barker departed at 18:00
Edgar B. Speer arrived at 19:25
CSL Assiniboine arrived at 20:25
American Mariner arrived at 20:45
The Full Buck Moon – July is normally the month when the new antlers of buck deer push out of their foreheads in coatings of velvety fur. It was also often called the Full Thunder Moon, for the reason that thunderstorms are most frequent during this time. Another name for this month’s Moon was the Full Hay Moon.
The July full moon drifted up through the Lake Superior horizon on a rare 85 degree F evening in Duluth.
Canal Park was still crowded with people as the moon broke through the haze for a wonderful lunar display of God's creation.
Late last evening at 20:45, as the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge was lifting for the 1000 foot American Integrity, the bridge lost power and the alert crew of the Integrity made a go-around and re-entered once the power was restored.
Had the crew and Bridge Operator not done a superb job in dealing with this emergency, a catastrophe would have occurred in front of a crowded Canal park.
This video will show the first attempted entry and the go-around.