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Economic and dam related articles

Port of Lewiston Docks Busy
After Barge Traffic Resumes

by Stephanie Smith
KLEW TV, October 17, 2009

The crane at the Port of Lewiston was kept busy Friday. Barges per item: pulse, plastic, paper, metal scrap, machinery, lumber, grain, garnet sand, Diatomaceous earth, bentoninte clay (Port of Lewiston 2007-09).


LEWISTON - After a two-week closure of the lock at the Dalles Dam slowed worked at the Port of Lewiston, it was back to business Friday.

The lock, which allows passage of more than 12 million tons of commodities between Portland and Lewiston, was closed for repairs after the Army Corps of Engineers found extensive cracking. The lock reopened earlier this week but the first barge didn’t arrive in Lewiston until Thursday night.

Friday afternoon crews were busy loading containers on to barges.

Related Pages:
Dalles Lock Closure Could Have Been Worse by Jonathan Brinckman, The Oregonian, 10/6/9


Stephanie Smith
Port of Lewiston Docks Busy After Barge Traffic Resumes <-- Watch Video at original site.
KLEW TV, October 17, 2009

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