Lorain Port – Industry-Part three

July 17, 2010 at 2:48 pm 1 comment

As we continue with Port Fest activities:

Part One here

Part Two here

many thanks has to go to Dennis Lamont for all the historical photos he has shared.

Essex, Niagara and Wolverine 1913

Remember the Niagara today??

Early  Shipbuilding Lorain OHio

Early shipbuilders, Lorain Ohio

Lorain Tug Cincinnati Lauch Party

Largest freshwater dry dock USA

1938 launch Irvin

Am Ship

ASB Aerial

ASB Dock

Condos on the Dock

Sales Zaremba Homes

Harbor Walk Housing development

And now we have condos and cottages being built and sold where once the ship reigned supreme.

THE COAL DOCKS

Loading Coal 1886

1939 B n O docks

car dump

Coal dump colour

Loading Coal

AND TODAY THOSE COAL DOCKS HOLD THE VISITING NEAH BAY

The Neah Bay July 2010

The Neah Bay City of Lorain


You can visit the Neah Bay
North of the Bridge on the West Bank of the Black River.

Tours are: 1-4 and 6-8.
Neah Bay photos Paula Tobias

Entry filed under: Charleston Village, city of lorain, history, Lorain Port Authority, Lorain's Magical History Tour. Tags: , .

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