Stewart J. Cort
Built in 1973, the Stewart J. Cort has the distinction of being the first 1000-foot freighter on the Great Lakes. It was named after the late vice president of Bethlehem Steel, the company it has served continuously while operating under the Interlake Steamship Company.
In this video, the Stewart J. Cort can be seen passing one of the two breakwater lights that mark the entrance to Duluth-Superior Harbor on the border of Minnesota and Wisconsin at the edge of Lake Superior.
Mark Love is an independent Australian artist. His work ranges from intense electronic compositions to solo piano ambience.
Interlake Steamship Company: Stewart J. Cort
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