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You just never know if it’s a first life or not . . . here’s another re-christened vessel now known as Cheyenne. Richard took this fabulous photo of Cheyenne, blowin’ a lot of smoke, at work eastbound in KVK.

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I took this showing-off picture of Cheyenne at the Roundup September 2006.

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Tug44.org has great fotos of Cheyenne outside and in, interesting engine room shots whence that blue smoke comes there . One interesting feature is the hydraulically variable height wheelhouse. Low bridge=lower it. High barge=raise it.

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Today she runs for Port Albany Ventures, but originally she was called Glenwood of Red Star Towing.

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42 years ago this pony was built in Brooklyn, along with these other vessels. Oh, and built by the same yard as John Caddell.

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