Historic Trains, trolley cars,buses and.....ships in Ontario. This ship is going through Lock seven in Thorold , Ontario. There is an "INN on the Lock Seven" in which each room has a balcony view of all the ships that pass through. I saw a white Algoma Steel freighter at two in the morning . A ghostly appearance illuminated only by on board lights and the spot lights above the lock. Shots all turned out blurry, but the vision is etched on my memory forever.
Wow, Nelli! You've got to come visit this coast some day. We live 3 miles from the Carquinez Straits where they come in with oil and cars, and leave with ... well, I don't know what they leave with. But this is about the size of one of the ships. The tugs that ply the waters are as big as most WWII ships. (And we have the WWII mothball fleet still sitting in the Strait that YOU would just love.)
I have crawled down head first with my feet tied sandblasting one them anchor rests before doesn't look that high up on the boat but once you get up there looking down upside down you realize 60 feet to the water is a very long way!