Because Port Huron is right on the St. Clair River, the trip afforded me the opportunity to snag photos of a few freighters and ships that passed through. I didn’t capture all the names; in some cases, the zoom on my camera phone wasn’t quite enough to allow me to pick up the name here 3½ years later as I finally post these. Oh, well — that’s life.
The tug in the previous photo was pulling this barge.
The Algoma Navigator
The John J. Boland
The Cason J. Callaway
I hope you enjoy these photos. If you want to see my other photos from this trip, please click here.
I spent a couple of days in Port Huron back in 2014. Port Huron is a lovely town with so many great sights to see and photograph.
My hotel room offered a very nice view of the St. Clair River and the Blue Water Bridge.
The lightship Huron is part of the rich history on display in Port Huron.
The USCGC Hollyhock was in her Port Huron home during my visit.
The Port Huron Paint Company has a great sign.
The view from the observation deck of the Fort Gratiot Light is magnificent.
For photos of the many boats and ships I saw on this trip, please click here.