Loads on docks in Duluth

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Chris M
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Re: Loads on docks in Duluth

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It's trucked in. The red piles you see, may be crushed red granite
hugh3

Re: Loads on docks in Duluth

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Go to the link I posted below and go to bottom to the red line, run your cursor all the way to the left and you can still see the dock with the WICKO still at the dock and the mound on the dock I am talking about...
hugh3

Re: Loads on docks in Duluth

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The red material is being added to by truck everyday. That's what attracted my interest. They almost have the whole dock filled and the pile is @ 35/40 foot high!
garbear

Re: Loads on docks in Duluth

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Chris M wrote:Rock
how did they bring the rock in?
hugh3

Re: Loads on docks in Duluth

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The dock with the piles does seem to be rock but the dock with the red material looks more like ore and they keep adding to it every day. Well no more access to that cam now, have to wait for another grain boat...
Chris M
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Re: Loads on docks in Duluth

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Rock
Guest

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Salt
hugh3

Loads on docks in Duluth

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If you look at the hillside cam in Duluth you will see the freighter Wicko loading grain. On the next two dock closest to the cam there is materiel laying on the docks - on the one there are a number of piles, on the next there is a pile the length of the dock about 30/40 feet high. What is this material? Thank you...
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