Here in Kewaunee, Wisconsin where Green Bay and Western Alcos #309 and 316 are handling switching duties for two of the Lake Michigan car ferries, C&O's "City of Midland" and the Ann Arbor's "Viking".  1975 may have been the last year both of these ferries were in operation and it was a rare season when their schedules overlapped so that both ships were at Kewaunee simultaneously. It was also a bit unusual that this was a mid-day arrival, as the schedules usually allowed for daylight arrivals and departures from the Michigan side which made most of the Wisconsin activity occur at night. - Craig
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