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This is continued from yesterday.

Containers move this way.

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And although this photo was taken on the Maas, registry is several countries away.

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Like double trailers on US Interstates, you see the same with short sea motor-barges.

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And here’s some Maas reefer transport, this

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one with an unexpected name.    Part of the explanation might be furnished by this post from a few years ago.

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I hope this look at some other rivers stimulates some thought.

All photos by Will Van Dorp,

 

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