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Making its way to Essroc

Essroc-shipThe ship makes its way into Picton through the ice of the Adolphus Reach and Picton Bay during this week’s extreme cold weather.  It left Picton Saturday. A reprieve from the cold is expected to into some snowfall Sunday and freezing rain overnight. Paul Wallace photo

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  1. Mark #1 says:

    Depending on the computer I’m on I guess. I am Mark! and Mark#1. Popular name!

  2. Mark says:

    More unusual is the fact we now have at least 3 perhaps 4 different Mark’s commenting on this story.

  3. Mark #1 says:

    It is common for ships to have the company that owns them’s name on the side. A little less common now then it used to be I guess. Canada Steamship Lines comes to mind.

  4. Mark says:

    On the lighter side, if the name is not Essroc why does it have the name Essroc on it?

  5. Ken Globe says:

    The two ships that regularly come in to Essroc are the Stephen B. Roman and the Metis.

  6. jethro says:

    Thanks Mark.

  7. Mark says:

    I was just going to say Stephen B Roman, but I see another Mark has done that!

  8. Mark! says:

    The name of the ship is Stephen B. Roman. Ship names are found on the side of the bow (front) of ships. ESSROC is the cement company.

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