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I walked down to Canal Park to photograph the sunrise. While I was out on the North Breakwater Pier the Cason J. Callaway came into the harbor. I managed a few shots as it entered the harbor.

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The next morning I was out photographing the sunrise. I noticed the Duluth Lift Bridge was going up and the Cason J. Callaway was on its way out.

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The Cason J. Callaway was built in 1952 and it’s life has been extended when it was lengthened 120 feet in 1974 to its current length of 767 feet. In 2002 it underwent extensive renovations at Fraser Shipyards in Superior making it one of the most advanced steam powered ships on the Great Lakes. More information on the Callaway can be found on the Duluth Shipping News website.

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