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  • USCG cutter - Penobscot Bay
    Image       The USCG cutter Penobscot Bay ties up at Hart Plaza, Detroit Michigan after completing a shift of ice-breaking.
    Image     The USCG cutter Penobscot Bay ties up at Hart Plaza, Detroit Michigan after completing a shift of ice-breaking.
  • CCGS GRIFFON passing Rock Island Light house
    Image       Digital photograph of CCGS GRIFFON passing Rock Island Lighthouse near Alexandria Bay, New York at the eastern end of Lake Ontario.
    Image     Digital photograph of CCGS GRIFFON passing Rock Island Lighthouse near Alexandria Bay, New York at the eastern end of Lake Ontario.
  • CCGS GRIFFON passing Sunken Rock Light house
    Image       Digital photograph of Canadian Coast Guard Ship GRIFFON passing Sunken Rock Lighthouse near Alexandria Bay, New York at the eastern end of Lake Ontario.
    Image     Digital photograph of Canadian Coast Guard Ship GRIFFON passing Sunken Rock Lighthouse near Alexandria Bay, New York at the eastern end of Lake Ontario.
  • CCGS GRIFFON in the Thousand Islands
    Image       Digital photograph of CCGS GRIFFON in the Thousand Islands near Alexandria Bay, New York
    Image     Digital photograph of CCGS GRIFFON in the Thousand Islands near Alexandria Bay, New York
  • CCGS GRIFFON - the start of the 2010 shipping season
    Image       Digital photograph of the Canadian Coast Guard Ship GRIFFON, docked at Dieppe Park, Windsor, Ontario. Saturday March 27th, around 5:30 PM. The United States Coast Guard Cutter PENOBSCOT BAY is at dock to the rear. Also on hand were the United States Coast Guard Cutter NEAH BAY and the Canadian ...
    Image     Digital photograph of the Canadian Coast Guard Ship GRIFFON, docked at Dieppe Park, Windsor, Ontario. Saturday March 27th, around 5:30 PM. The United States Coast Guard Cutter PENOBSCOT BAY is ...
  • CCGS SAMUEL RISLEY
    Image       Digital photograph of the Canadian Coast Guard Ship SAMUEL RISLEY at anchor in the Detroit River just off Belle Isle, on the evening of March 27th, 2010.
    Image     Digital photograph of the Canadian Coast Guard Ship SAMUEL RISLEY at anchor in the Detroit River just off Belle Isle, on the evening of March 27th, 2010.
  • Samuel Risley; leading the convoy off Lake St Clair
    Image       Sunday afternoon, the ice breaker CCGS Samuel Risley led the Canadian Progress and the Canadain Enterprise across Lake St Clair and down the Detroit River. Digitally photographed at 2 PM as the Risley passed the head of Belle Isle.
    Image     Sunday afternoon, the ice breaker CCGS Samuel Risley led the Canadian Progress and the Canadain Enterprise across Lake St Clair and down the Detroit River. Digitally photographed at 2 PM ...
  • USCGC 214 - HOLLYHOCK; at home base in Port Huron
    Image       A digital photograph of the USCGC 214 - HOLLYHOCK. USCGC HOLLYHOCK's home dock is at 2700 Omar Street, Port Huron, MI. The United States Coast Guard Cutter HOLLYHOCK was launched Jan. 25. 2003 with primary missions of aids-to-navigation (maintenance, removal and replacement), search and rescue, environmental protection and ice-breaking. Hollyhock ...
    Image     A digital photograph of the USCGC 214 - HOLLYHOCK. USCGC HOLLYHOCK's home dock is at 2700 Omar Street, Port Huron, MI. The United States Coast Guard Cutter HOLLYHOCK was launched ...
  • CCGS SAMUEL RISLEY; stationed for icebreaking at Windsor
    Image       Built in 1985, the CCGS Samuel Risley does icebreaking duties and buoy tending. Her home port is Parry Sound, ON. During the last week of December, 2010 the Risley has been stationed out of Dieppe (Windsor waterfront, ON), monitoring the Detroit River for the amount of ice coming in off ...
    Image     Built in 1985, the CCGS Samuel Risley does icebreaking duties and buoy tending. Her home port is Parry Sound, ON. During the last week of December, 2010 the Risley has ...
  • The HURON; Light Vessel No. 103
    Image       Transcription from Historical Plaque: HURON Lightship Commissioned in 1921, the HURON began service as a relief vessel for other Great Lakes lightships. She is ninety seven feet long, twenty-four feet in beam, and carried a crew of eleven. On clear nights her beacon could be seen for fourteen miles. After ...
    Image     Transcription from Historical Plaque: HURON Lightship Commissioned in 1921, the HURON began service as a relief vessel for other Great Lakes lightships. She is ninety seven feet long, twenty-four feet ...
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Coast Guard on the Great Lakes