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The Agawa Canyon is seen in this photograph transiting downbound in the Welland Canal during the afternoon hours of a day in May of 1993. At the time the picture was taken she was sailing northbound in the canal and was heading for lock 1 in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.

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The self-unloading bulk cerrier Agawa Canyon is seen in this photograph while she was moored alongside the salt dock in Goderich, Ontario on June 3rd, 1995. The unloading boom is resting on the side of the ship unsupported by the lifting cables.

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The Agawa Canyon is seen in this photograph transiting upbound in the Welland Canal during the early afternoon hours of October 31, 1999. At the time this photograph was taken she was sailing southbound in the canal above lock 3 and was nearing the Glendale bridge in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.

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The self-unloading bulk carrier Agawa Canyon is seen in this photograph as she was being assisted upbound in the Maumee River at Toledo, Ohio during December of 2000.

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The self-unloading bulk carrier Agawa Canyon is seen in this photograph as she was transiting downbound in the St. Marys River at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan during Jule of 2001.

The keel was laid for this mid-size Great Lakes self-unloading bulk carrier on January 28, 1970 at Collingwood Shipyards of Collingwood, ON as their hull # 195. Built at an approximate net cost of $6.7 million CN including a Canadian Government subsidy ($8.6 million less subsidy set at 22%), the vessel was launched August 27, 1970 as the Agawa Canyon for Algoma Central Railway - Marine Division of Sault Ste. Marie, ON. The Agawa Canyon was named after the scenic gorge and canyon of the same name located north of Sault Ste. Marie, ON. She is the third of four similarly designed vessels built by Collingwood Shipyards for Algoma Central. The first was the Roy A. Jodrey, launched in 1965, sinking in the St. Lawrence River in 1974. The second was the Algorail launched in 1967 and the fourth, the Algoway launched in 1972; both still in service with Algoma.

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