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Patsy Coleman just passed our house on the Ohio River at Newburgh. Looked like 15 barges. T

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The Mr.Darrell was named after me,my dad built this boat in 1972. I watched it being built from start till it was launched. Memories

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seen your nice boat go by last week

Added: August 27, 2017 - 09:28 PM
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I was deckhand and lead on Henry DeBardeleben in 1975/76. We were in the coal trade on the Green and Ohio rivers. Mainly sending Green River coal to power plants near Cincinnati.

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I was the mate/tankerman on the M/V Steven J Mason from 1977 to about 1981 when it was the M/V Universal Trader, owned by Chotin Transportation. The captains were "Poochie" Tindal and Elmer "Fudd" Blanchard. At that time it had a jack-up wheel house with an outside ladder to get to the bridge. Mostly ran from NOLA to Louisville and Cincinnati. There was a near constant poker game going the whole time I worked there; paid my rent with that.

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Lead man for the Normania and decked on nearly every harbor tug for Norman Bros. 1973-78

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LOVE this site. My husband and I spend a LOT of time at dam #14 LeClaire IA and we've begun to keep a log of the tows that we see pass through, how many barges, date, time of day and up or down river. Absolutely love the river and the tows!!!
Thanks to all who make this site possible.


Added: August 15, 2017 - 03:29 PM
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I worked this boat at Parker Brothers when it was Houston Barge Lines in the early 90's and she was named the Robin Rose. Had experimental Detroit v-6's. (DMD's?) She was my first boat. Glad to see she is still running and looks great. A lot of memories.

Added: July 10, 2017 - 10:39 PM
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