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December 06, 2012 - 02:01 PM --- The_Towboat_Gallery.php
Phil Betts
, Mpls, Minn

  Great site. Love looking at the boats. I worked on the RH Huffman in the mid seventies. Looking pretty bad here. I see the photo credit was 'Michael Herschler'. Is there any way to get contact info on any of the contributors?

Thanks Again for the great site. Phil
December 05, 2012 - 03:43 AM --- The_Towboat_Gallery.php
Mitch Chase
, Decatur, Alabama

  Great space! I found three of the boats I worked on in the early 1970s on the lower Mississippi and Intercoastal canal during the 1970s, including the M/V Bun Chotin, my first boat. Also my first boat for National Marine Service, M/V National Crest, and the M/V Geismar, when it was new and being run by Capitol Marine Service in Baton Rouge. Thanks!
November 27, 2012 - 01:11 PM --- Dennis_Ross.php
Emily Dills
, Knoxville Tennessee

  Just watched the Dennis Ross cruise by my office window going up the river here in downtown Knoxville TN.
October 22, 2012 - 01:18 PM --- Prairie_Dawn-0512342.php
JoAnn Brown Robertson
, Denham Springs, LA

  Forgot to list my email address on my last post about my dad: dalejrfaninla@gmail.com
October 22, 2012 - 11:41 AM --- Prairie_Dawn-0512342.php
JoAnn Brown Robertson
, Denham Springs

  This is a great website! My dad Captain William "Red" Brown (born 1910, died 1984) was the pilot of The Penny of Cassvile (now Prairie Dawn)at one time. He retired back around 1969, and have heard wonderful stories about him "back in the day". If anyone knows of him or knew of him, PLEASE email me! Thanks!
October 21, 2012 - 01:36 PM --- Jake_West-0523764.php
Matt Williams
, Little Rock

  Just watched the Jake West move through the Murray Lock and Dam standing on top of Big Dam Bridge above the lock. I have been there hundreds of times and finally took the time to watch the whole process. It was worth the time.
October 14, 2012 - 03:04 PM --- Capt_W_C_Higginbotham-0284195.php
paul j. underhill
, clarksville indiana

  I worked at jeffboat for many years and we built many tow boats but the ones with 2 engines coupled to one shaft were the ones I remember best. The Pat calhoun jr and the J.e. alquist were their names.
October 07, 2012 - 02:23 PM --- Athena.php
Sandy Kincade
, United States

  My deceased husband William Jack Childers was the Captain of this boat when it was Percy L LeMay till the company was sold. So good to see a picture of it my son and myself have made trips with Jack on it up and down the Mississippi. Brings back wonderful memories Sandy Childers Kincade
September 24, 2012 - 03:36 PM --- James_E_Nivin.php
Jody Nivin-Riddle
, Newburgh, IN

  The James E Nivin Towboat was named after my father. He worked for the barge line, ACBL in Jeffersonville,IN for about 23years. He was an Ex.VP for the company. Im interested if the towboat still runs and how often does it come through Newburgh,IN down the Ohio River. I would love to see it again...... Thank you, the pics are awesome.
Jody Nivin Riddle
September 20, 2012 - 11:53 PM --- Jherica_Louise-0510008.php
Sharon Bailey Spears
, Nashville, TN

  Thank you so much for posting the photo of this tugboat. At one point the boat was named for my father when it was owned by Ingram Barge Company and was an honor that to this day means so much to my Dad. He had over 20 yrs. with Ingram and it changed our lives in some many ways. We thank the Ingram family for honoring our Dad this way and will never forget it. As my brother stated, we still have a large print of "his" tugboat hanging on the wall at my parents house as memories of his days with Ingram Barge Co. Thank you to the Ingram Family and to you all for posting the history.
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