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W. O. Decker (ex-Russel No. 1) built in 1930 in Long Island City has dimensions that suited its function.

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Its 48 loa by 15 feet make it bulky relative to this inflatable, foto first published here.

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But relative to Curtis Reinauer . . .

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and then this unidentified Reinauer tug relative to K-Line’s car carrier Century Highway No. 2 . . . . Some history on the K-Line here.

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and we could go on . . . to Emma Maersk, Knock Nevis, and Genesis. And Enterprise?

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