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Stephen B. Roman; unloading at ESSROC


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Creator:
Diane Bédard, Photographer
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
Digital photograph of the Stephen B. Roman, at the ESSROC facility in the port of Windsor, Ont.

On the evening of Sept. 2nd the Stephen B. Roman was tied up with hoses extended and busy pumping out her cargo. She runs for Essroc Cement, carrying cement in bulk. The hoses visible are the air-slide system that pumps/blows the powdered cement ashore.

About 1.3 km further downriver, Algoma Central's Algomarine can be seen tied up taking fuel at Sterling Fuels.

In the associated Details view, entitled "16 Hours later", the Stephen B Roman is just finishing her unload - she'll depart within an hour of this image. By now the Algomarine has departed Sterling Fuels and the tanker tug/barge Everlast & Morman McLeod can be seen unloading there.


STEPHEN B ROMAN's Details:
Ship Type: Dry Cargo (Powdered Cement)
Year Built: 1965
Length x Breadth: 142 m X 17 m
Draught: 13.5 m
Speed recorded (Average): 12.7 knots
Flag: Canada [CA]
Call Sign: VDJL
IMO: 6514900, MMSI: 316001717
Date of Publication:
2 Sep 2011
Dimensions:
Width: 2400 px
Height: 1600 px
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Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.3062563054849 Longitude: -83.0771464916992
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by-nc [more details]
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Stephen B. Roman; unloading at ESSROC


Digital photograph of the Stephen B. Roman, at the ESSROC facility in the port of Windsor, Ont.

On the evening of Sept. 2nd the Stephen B. Roman was tied up with hoses extended and busy pumping out her cargo. She runs for Essroc Cement, carrying cement in bulk. The hoses visible are the air-slide system that pumps/blows the powdered cement ashore.

About 1.3 km further downriver, Algoma Central's Algomarine can be seen tied up taking fuel at Sterling Fuels.

In the associated Details view, entitled "16 Hours later", the Stephen B Roman is just finishing her unload - she'll depart within an hour of this image. By now the Algomarine has departed Sterling Fuels and the tanker tug/barge Everlast & Morman McLeod can be seen unloading there.


STEPHEN B ROMAN's Details:
Ship Type: Dry Cargo (Powdered Cement)
Year Built: 1965
Length x Breadth: 142 m X 17 m
Draught: 13.5 m
Speed recorded (Average): 12.7 knots
Flag: Canada [CA]
Call Sign: VDJL
IMO: 6514900, MMSI: 316001717