LOGSDON, ELMER RIVER CONSTR. CO.

  • Engineering District : Rock Island
  • TSO Series Number : TS-4 Transportation Lines on the Mississippi River System and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
  • Principal Commodity List : TOWING GRAIN - PRINCIPALLY INTRASTATE/RARELY INTERSTATE
  • Area of Operation : ILLINOIS RIVER; PRINCIPLE HARBORS MEREDOSIA, IL 72 BEARDSTOWN, IL MILE 88 OCCASIONAL SHORT HAUL MILES 55 TO 121 APPROX ILL RIVER
  • Vessels
    • Tugboat : 1
    • Vessels List : CLYDE
  • Address
    P. O. BOX 27;400 1/2 WEST MAIN ST. BEARDSTOWN IL 62618
  • Contact
    • Phone : 217-323-1290
P. O. BOX 27;400 1/2 WEST MAIN ST. BEARDSTOWN IL 62618

Managed Vessel

CLYDE

  • Type : Tugboat
  • Construction : Steel

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BNSF: Crude Rail Service Could Resume Tuesday

BNSF: Crude Rail Service Could Resume Tuesday

BNSF Railway Co on Monday said it could resume service Tuesday on a stretch of northwestern Iowa track damaged when a train left the track and crude oil spilled from derailed cars.   The crude oil train derailed near Doon, Iowa, on Friday sending 32 rail cars off the track and spilling an estimated 230,000 gallons of oil into flood waters and toward a nearby river.

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Workers have contained nearly half of the crude oil spilled near Rock River in northwest Iowa over the weekend following a freight train derailment on Friday, BNSF Railway Co said.   About 100,000 gallons had been hemmed off using booms out of the estimated 230,000 gallons spilled, BNSF said in a statement on Saturday. The spill has raised concerns about drinking water downstream.

Wight Shipyard Delivers Catamaran for Scotland

Wight Shipyard Delivers Catamaran for Scotland

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Op/Ed: The Mississippi River is Boiling!

Op/Ed: The Mississippi River is Boiling!

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