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071115AHB_MerwedeRail

File contains photographs of various vessels passing under the Merwede rail bridge, including dredge in care of two tugs.

Haig-Brown, Alan

100615AHB_SnowPrince

File contains photographs of tugs, a yacht and a fishing boat traveling on the Fraser River. Also contains a photograph of BC Ferries' Nimpkish.

Haig-Brown, Alan

100726AHB_Seattle

File contains photographs of seiners and tugs in a Seattle Harbour. Also contains photographs of the Whatcom Museum and Archives in Bellingham, Washington, and of the Patullo and Fraser Bridges in New Westminster, British Columbia.

Haig-Brown, Alan

971226AHB_Dunlap

File contains photographs of the interior and exterior of a tug in winter, with several images of crew removing ice. Also contains: photographs of the Island Monarch tug, in a shipyard while a Marcon system is being installed and in the water; photographs of a boat (Kamchatka) being scrapped with a backhoe; and photographs of Alan Haig-Brown and Don Pepper sitting in a Seine skiff at Queensborough in New Westminster, BC.

A caption from Alan Haig-Brown reads: "I rode a Dunlap Towing tug from Juneau Alaska to Seattle over the Christmas period."

Haig-Brown, Alan

990300AHB_Valdez

File contains photographs taken aboard a tug in the Port of Valdez, Alaska. Crew are shown in several interior and exterior shots.

A caption by Alan Haig-Brown reads: "with Crowley tanker escort tugs, for article in Professional Mariner, circa 1990s."

Haig-Brown, Alan

050422AHB_SkookumChuck

File contains photographs of the tug Kinnaird from Sechelt to Pender Harbour through the Skookum Chuck. Also contains photographs the Kinnaird's owner-operator, Don MacKenzie.

Haig-Brown, Alan

060726AHB_RoyalBargeMu

File contains photographs of tugs, barges and ferries on the Chao Phrya River, as well as details from the Royal Barges.

From descriptive metadata created by Alan Haig-Brown: "Taken at the Royal Barge Division of the Thai Navy near the Royal Barge museum on Klong Bangkok Noi. There were no barges at the museum so I found them nearby and was allowed to get these shots of detail. July 26, '06."

Haig-Brown, Alan

081220AHB_ICE

File contains photographs of tugs traveling through ice on the Fraser River near New Westminster.

From descriptive metadata created by Alan Haig-Brown: "Taken Dec. 20, 2008 as the Fraser River continued to freeze after several days of below zero temps."

Haig-Brown, Alan

061204AHB_Houma

File contains photographs of the 190-foot DP2 crewboat Joanne G McCall (of Seacorp McCall) and tugs on the Intracoastal Waterway at Houma, Louisiana.

Haig-Brown, Alan

000221AHB_Yucluta

File contains photographs of the Yucata Spirit tug towing log booms through the Yucultas.

Haig-Brown, Alan

090717AHB_LionsGate1

File contains photographs of various boats and ships in the greater Vancouver area, including a sailboat and a container ship, oil tankers, tugs towing lumber and gravel barges, yachts and commuter boats. The vessels depicted in the photographs are Matilda (Malta), Jai Ho/MOL Strength (Panama), Azzura, Argent Cosmos (Panama), Sea Imp X, and Coastlink Ferries.

Haig-Brown, Alan

090717AHB_LionsGate3

File contains photographs of ships taken from the Lion's Gate Bridge, including the Seaspan Revolution and Seaspan Hawk tugs pushing the Stavanger Viking.

Haig-Brown, Alan

090723AHB_Summer

File contains photographs of ships and boats, mostly at sunset, in Vancouver and Seattle.

Haig-Brown, Alan

090825AHB_Fraser-CR

File contains photographs of various boats on the Fraser River, including the Western Pacific (fishing vessel), Western Navigator (tug), Viking Monarch (tug), Western Enterprise (trawler), Taaska (fishing vessel), Ten Forward (fishing vessel), Seaspan Scout and Seaspan Challenger (tugs), Fraser Titan (hopper dredger) and more. Also contains photographs of the New Westminster waterfront.

Haig-Brown, Alan

100710AHB_Seabus 2

File contains photographs of various boats and ships near the Vancouver Harbour, including tugs, cruise ships and the Burrard Pacific Breeze. Canada Place can be seen in multiple photographs.

Haig-Brown, Alan

950621AHB_Kuskokwim

File contains photographs of a towboat, Skipper Iyan Gusty and crew taken on the Kuskokwim River and in Bethel, Alaska. Several photographs depict a Crowley Maritime shipping container.

Haig-Brown, Alan

050509AHB_X-craft

File contains photographs of a US Navy X-Craft and the Alaska state Ferry Chenega docked at Everett, WA. Many of the photographs document the bridge, crew, vehicle deck, passenger areas and engine room of the ships.

From descriptive metadata created by Alan Haig-Brown: "Built at Nichols Brothers for the US military the experimental vessel was undergoing final fitting out when I photographered for Pro Mariner's Annual ship review."

Haig-Brown, Alan

980700AHB_Kennicott

File contains photographs from Haig-Brown's trip onboard the cargo ship, Swift Arrow, from Howe Sound to Port Edward. Also contains photographs of the Kennicott passenger ship and Rivtow Star tug.

A caption from Alan Haig-Brown reads: "Trip onboard the ship Swift Arrow. Robinson senior pilot and Boothby trainee. A second senior pilot was also onboard. Outside (Hecate Strait) from Pine Island to Triangle Island then into Port Edward at mouth of Skeena River."

Haig-Brown, Alan

060706AHB_Guangzhou3

File contains photographs of JiangmenYingying Shipbuilding and South China Shipyard.

From descriptive metadata created by Alan Haig-Brown: "This [JiangmenYingYing] yard to build under 10,000 ton vessels, another yard for over 10,000 ton. Company started as shipbreaker. Moving mountains to build ships. Now contract to build QSK19-powered bunkers vessel for South Africa. Design by Focal Marine & Offshore Corp. Ltd." Another descriptive note about South China Shipyard reads: "Owned by Big Fair group of Hong Kong. Building several Cat and Cummins powered Anchor Handling Tugs for eventual Middle East customer. Yard recently taken over from State ownership."

Haig-Brown, Alan

081229AHB_Coho & ICE

File contains photographs of various tugs and ships on the Fraser River near New Westminster. Also contains photographs of the passenger ship Coho traveling through the Vancouver harbour with Harbour Air and Westcoast Air seaplanes in the foreground, and of other boats in the Vancouver harbour area.

Haig-Brown, Alan

071114AHB_Euromast

File contains photographs of boats on the river at Dordrecht, and a ship ready to sail.

From descriptive metadata created by Alan Haig-Brown: "I went there for the 10 AM opening and took these shots of various boats on the Nieuvwe Maas (big river) and the lock between Cool Haven and Park Haven. The Euromast is just at the point where the Maastunnel passes under the Nieuvwe Maas."

Haig-Brown, Alan

090330AHB_PortHardy

File contains photographs of trawlers and other boats at Port Hardy, including Spirit of Yalis, Valiant Lady, Grace, Ocean Park and R.D. Riley (pilot boat).

Haig-Brown, Alan

090118AHB_AnyaFog

File contains photographs of tugs and log booms in New Westminster, with some shown in the fog, taken from Haig-Brown's condo and the New Westminster boardwalk. The file also contains picturesque photographs of a Skytrain crossing the SkyBridge.

Haig-Brown, Alan

090827AHB_Warrior3

File contains photographs taken aboard the Sea Warrior (tug) on the Fraser River towing a coal barge. Also contains photographs of the Sea Link fleet and other tugs.

Haig-Brown, Alan

950900AHB_LogBarge

File contains photographs of a Rivtow log barge, partially submerged, being towed by a tug (Ocean Clipper) from Moses Inlet to Howe Sound. Also includes aerial photographs of the Nakwakto Rapids.

Haig-Brown, Alan

951100AHB_SpiritofVan

File contains photographs of BC Ferries' Spirit of Vancouver Island, its captain and crew. There are several photographs of the Spirit of British Columbia taken from inside the Spirit of Vancouver Island.

A caption from Alan Haig-Brown reads: "I rode this ferry with Capt. Myerscoup through Active Pass in November of 1995. The Spirit of Vancouver Island and sister ship Spirit of British Columbia were built in 1994. The[y] are 167.5 meters long and carry 470 cars and 2,052 people plus 48 crew."

Haig-Brown, Alan

051207AHB_mvUDelaware

File contains photographs of a research vessel for the University of Delaware, showing its exterior, interior and Cummins KTA19 engine.

Haig-Brown, Alan

100619AHB_YVRtoYPR

File contains photographs of fishing and other boats in Prince Rupert Harbour, as well as photographs of a street in Prince Rupert. Also contains aerial photographs taken on a flight from Prince Rupert.

Haig-Brown, Alan

000214AHB_Alert

File contains photographs of the Crowley escort tug Alert, built at Dakota Creek shipyard in Anacortes, WA, on sea trials.

Haig-Brown, Alan

010717AHB_PolarEndevour

File contains photographs taken aboard the tanker Polar Endeavour, docking at Ferndale, Washington and in transit to Anacortez. Capt. Zeghibe and pilot Don Mayer.

Haig-Brown, Alan

040815AHB_Sacramento

File contains photographs of ships and tugs in Oakland, CA, including photographs of a tug pushing the container ship Kauai.

A caption from Alan Haig-Brown reads: "Riding down the dug channel on a ship with ship's Capt. Bonnafacio."

Haig-Brown, Alan

050413AHB_Glacier

File contains photographs of a shipyard and the engine room of a boat or ship, possibly the Glacier Bay Cruiselines ship depicted in the photographs. Also contains photographs of a Cummins Engines truck.

Haig-Brown, Alan

100619AHB_PrinceRupert

File contains photographs of passenger and fishing boats in and around Prince Rupert Harbour, as well as container cranes nearby. Also contains a photograph of BC Ferries' Northern Adventure.

Haig-Brown, Alan

060705AHB_Guangzhou2

File contains photographs of a container ships and barges in Guangdong province, and gillnet fishing boats at anchor in Shangchuan Dao (Island) harbour. A descriptive note by Alan Haig-Brown in the image metadata reads: "Container ship ready for delivery from Guangzhou Panyu Shanghai Shipyard Co. Ltd. Powered by two 500 hp Cummins KTA19 main engines. With 6:1 gear ratio. Capacity 118 TEU."

Haig-Brown, Alan

050412AHB_Foss [access record]

File contains photographs of container cranes on the Fraser River and Foss tugs in Tacoma, WA. There are numerous photographs of the Foss crew in the wheelhouse and engine room of the tug.

Haig-Brown, Alan

060703AHB_HongKong

File contains photographs of Hong Kong Pilot boats, catamaran ferries serving Park Island, a Cummins engine and a "Junk" built by Choi [Cheoy?] Lee for the Hong Kong jockey club for a youth group.

Haig-Brown, Alan

060426AHN_MiscTugs

File contains photographs of tugs on the Fraser River, including the Iron Horse, the North Arm Prowler, the Ocean Monarch, the Pull Away and the Sea Imp V.

Haig-Brown, Alan

061206AHB_Loureville

File contains photographs of Cummins-powered crewboats with pushboats and Cummins service trucks, and of Kerry Neuville at the Neuville Boatworks.

Haig-Brown, Alan

080829AHB_Fraser

File contains photographs of various boats moored at Shelter Island, including a US purse seiner "in very tough shape" (caption from Alan-Haig Brown). Also contains photographs of the tugs Pacific Force and North Arm Furious.

Haig-Brown, Alan

880112AHB_fishing NEF

File contains photographs of fishing boats, including seiners and trollers, scanned by Alan Haig-Brown from the original copies.

Haig-Brown, Alan

100419AHB_misc

File contains photographs of boats and ships on the Fraser River near New Westminster, including the Dorothy Mackenzie (tug), Captain Cook (tug), Ocean Gayle (tug), Hyperion Leader (vehicle carrier), as well as a sea plane landing. Also contains photographs of the Annacis marine base.

Haig-Brown, Alan

660601AHB_NorthernGirl

File contains scanned copies of Alan Haig-Brown's photographs of various boats along the Fraser River, including the Delta Queen V, and of a damaged container ship towed into Seattle from Gulf of Alaska. Also included are photographs of Northern Girl, operated by Logger Freight Services out of Granville Island in 1966; Alan Haig-Brown was second engineer (deck hand) on Northern Girl in May and June 1966.

Haig-Brown, Alan

060426AHB_RiverStar

File contains photographs of tugs on the Fraser River, including the River Star and the River Eagle, and the River Eagle's engine (Cummins?).

Haig-Brown, Alan

090823AHB_Dockwise

File contains photographs of tugs on the Fraser River in New Westminster - including Seaspan Scout, Seaspan Prince, Granny Hutch and a group of Cates tugs - and Pacificat Voyager (passenger vessel) on the carrier vessel Dockwise Swift.

From descriptive metadata created by Alan Haig-Brown: "The first of three "fast cats" sold by BC Ferries to Washington Marine has been resold to Dubai owner and is being loaded out on the Dockwise vessel Swift at Deep Cove in Burrard Inlet near Vancouver BC for the six week voyage to her new owners. Other two will be taken later."

Haig-Brown, Alan

090815AHB_Brydon1

File contains scenic photographs of Cape Mudge and boats at Campbell River.

Haig-Brown, Alan

990527AHB_Harken

File contains photographs of tugs on the Fraser River: Sea Imp XVII, Harken 6, and the Ken Mackenzie towing logs.

From descriptive metadata written by Alan Haig-Brown: "High speed aluminum tug [Sea Imp XVII], wrote article for Finning's Tracks and Treads, also Professional Mariner" and "for Professional Mariner article, also in Tide and Current" [re: log towing].

Haig-Brown, Alan

070906AHB_BayouLaBatre2

File contains photographs of the interior of the MV Michele Gonsoulin, and of a boat being constructed at LaForce Shipyard.

Haig-Brown, Alan

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