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Alice brings stuff into the port. JS Comet recently hauled stuff out.

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Name is English, registry Korean, it’s typical that she’s commercially controlled by yet another entity, in this case a Norwegian company named Eitzen.

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Scrap from at least three barges at once gets lifted into the hold. Check this link for a foto from Tom Turner’s flickr account.

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She takes on fuel while loading scrap although I missed the name of the fuel tanker. Anyone can identify?

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The scrap . . . it looks like this from a pile recently along Newtown Creek, crumpled bus in there for spice.

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