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OK . . . this is a flip of the “truckable tugs” post. I didn’t coin “truckable tug” but I am trying out the title above.

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The truck isn’t really on the tug but on a tug-pushed barge. Tug Little C will appear in a post soon.

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I believe this is Susan Miller pushing another truck. Check out the great Millers Launch site. More Millers coming soon too.

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The white truck on the dock used to be called an Ottawa; seems they’ve been transformed into Kalmar. At ports like Red Hook, they “feed” the cranes. I think this one wants to die and come back as a Moran tug.

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This old truck just wants to grow up and run on salt water, ambiguity intended.

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