CEN 303 — WELLAND CANAL AND LAKE ERIE, FIRST EDITION, 1996


Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 94

Replace by: 94      Cayuga Island, close to the north shore of Niagara River Channel, about 5 [4] miles below Tonawanda Island, is separated from the mainland by Little River, which outlets at either end of the island. Cayuga Creek flows into Little River at about midlength of the island. Little River and Cayuga Creek afford a well-protected harbor for small craft.
94.1      A dredged entrance channel leads from deep water in Niagara River through the lower entrance to Little River. In 2014, the controlling depth was 3½ feet [1.1 m]. The upper entrance to Little River, marked by a private 344° range, had a reported controlling depth of 4 feet [1.2 m] in 1980. Depths inside are about 4 to 7 feet [1.2 to 2.1 m].
94.2      A fixed highway bridge with a reported clearance of 10 feet [3 m] crosses Little River just west of the mouth of Cayuga Creek. An overhead cable with a clearance of 55 feet [16.8 m] crosses the river about 0.35 [0.3] mile west of the bridge. A fixed highway bridge crossing Cayuga Creek just above the mouth has a clearance of 9 feet [2.7 m].

(C2015-016.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 9/15)


Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 132.2

Replace by: 132.2      A state park and small-craft basin are on the east side of Buffalo Outer Harbor about 2.3 [2.0] miles southeast of the mouth of Buffalo River. The basin has a marina with 1,000 slips and launching ramps.

(C2015-010.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 6/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraphs 112 and 121

Delete: Ontario Hydro Nanticoke Generating Station
Replace by: Ontario Power Generation Nanticoke Generating Station, no longer in operation,

(C2015-011.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 8/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraphs 112, 124, 125, 129 and 131

Delete: Steel Company of Canada
Replace by: US Steel Canada, Nanticoke Works

(C2015-011.02)
(Monthly Edition No. 8/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraphs 121, 122, 124, 129 and 136, before “generating station”

Insert: former

(C2015-011.03)
(Monthly Edition No. 8/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraphs 123, 125 and 132

Delete: Ontario Hydro
Replace by: former Ontario Power Generation

(C2015-011.04)
(Monthly Edition No. 8/15)


Chapter 3 — After paragraph 126

Insert: 127      Caution. — A wreck, with a known depth of 27 feet (8.3 m), is SE of the range at 42°45'55''N, 80°03'02.8''W.

(C2015-017.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 9/15)


Chapter 3 — Adjacent to paragraph 127, add a caution pictograph.

(C2015-017.02)
(Monthly Edition No. 9/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraph 129

Delete: The Stelco wharf was used by 102 ships in 1993.
Replace by: One hundred twenty-five (125) ships were scheduled for the 2015 season.

(C2015-011.06)
(Monthly Edition No. 8/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraphs 130, 131 and 136

Delete: Stelco
Replace by: USSC

(C2015-011.05)
(Monthly Edition No. 8/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraph 132

Delete: “The facility … 45 tankers in 1993.”

(C2015-011.07)
(Monthly Edition No. 8/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraph 133

Delete: “Vessels discharge … on the east side.”

(C2015-011.08)
(Monthly Edition No. 8/15)


Chapter 5 — Paragraph 65

Delete: and Kelleys Island
Replace by: Kelleys Island and Middle Bass Island

(C2015-018.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 11/15)


Chapter 5 — Paragraph 72, after “transient berths,”

Delete: gasoline, diesel fuel,

(C2015-018.02)
(Monthly Edition No. 11/15)