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Thanks to Mai for catching this auction notice . . . for John B. Caddell . . . to the highest bidder . . .  with a $25,000 minimum. When I saw the notice, I went through my archives of this tanker delivered  just six days after the day of infamy 1941.    JBC enters the Buttermilk,

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All these fotos were taken between five and eight years ago.    JBC in Newtown Creek.

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JBC in the Arthur Kill passing London Express and MOL Experience.

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Newtown Creek again.

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High and dry at Caddell’s Dry Dock & Repair and

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showing off her wheel.

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And finally . ..  thanks to Richard Wonder, one of my favorites . . .  JBC heading into the KVK as seen from the Bayonne Bridge.

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The auctioneer clears his (her??) throat, raises the gavel . . ..

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