Since the listing of winter lay-ups appeared in the February issue, we have received additional reports. We present them here to keep the records in order for the benefit of future historians as well as those who may wish to make a special late-winter trip to see a certain ship in her present spot.
Whitby: CHARLES R. HUNTLEY, ISLE ROYALE, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.
Buffalo: BLOCK ISLAND, CANADIANA, HENRY STEINBRENNER.
Erie: To previous list, add JAMES B. LYONS.
Ashtabula: To previous list, add INDIANA HARBOR.
Cleveland: AMERICAN REPUBLIC, SATURN, PAUL THAYER, PAUL H. TOWNSEND, WOLVERINE.
Nanticoke: CANADIAN TRANSPORT.
Toledo: To previous list, add GEMINI.
Sarnia: To previous list, add McALLISTER 132 (barge, left on west side of North Slip on January 15 by WILFRED M. COHEN) and LE FRENE NO. 1 (arrived February 2nd).
Rogers City: JOHN G. MUNSON, GEORGE A. SLOAN.
Muskegon: AQUARAMA, GRAND RAPIDS, HIGHWAY 16, MADISON, NICOLET, SEA CASTLE (barge), MEL WILLIAM SELVICK (barge), U.S.S. SILVERSIDES (museum).
South Chicago: To previous list, add MEDUSA CONQUEST (barge).
Milwaukee: To previous list, add JUPITER (operating intermittently).
Kewaunee: ARTHUR K. ATKINSON.
Duluth: JOHN J. BOLAND, BENJAMIN F. FAIRLESS, JOSHUA A. HATFIELD (scrap), WILLIAM A. IRVIN (museum), IRVING S. OLDS, EUGENE W. PARGNY (scrap), JOHN SHERWIN.
Superior: CALCITE II, PHILIP R. CLARKE, IRVIN L. CLYMER, HARRY COULBY, J. A. W. IGLEHART, METEOR (museum), MYRON C. TAYLOR, H. LEE WHITE.
For information received since the credits printed in the February issue, we extend sincere thanks to Duff Brace, Mike Konczak, Andy LaBorde, Bob MacDonald, Terry Sechen and Duncan White. We think our list is now as complete as possible, but any further additions or corrections will appear in the next issue.
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