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Ships making ready
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Its the end of February on the Great Lakes and its been an unusually warm year. For the first time in many years, Lake Erie didn't freeze. Ships tied up in Port Colborne will soon be heading out when the St, Lawrence Seaway officially opens.
Copyright: Clay morehead
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Caricate: 29/02/2012
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Tags: ship; ships; canal; welland; shipping; freighter; great lakes; spring
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