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Today again I just succumb to randomness. Below John ( or is it Anabelle) Roehrig engages in some mimicry with the Bartholdi/Eiffel structure.

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Thanks to Mike Lesser, Evening Tide, eastbound in the KVK. Earlier post on Evening Tide is here.

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Here’s Penobscot, a downeast name like the others from Hartley Marine Services, east or downeastbound on the East River. I’ve got some great names coming up soon, maybe tomorrow.

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Below Realist heads northbound from the Narrows. I’ve yet to discover the company for Realist and Specialist.

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And finally, what was behind the first tuggable truck yesterday, Little C.

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