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As I searched for something else in the 2007-08 foto galleries, I found shots of vessels long gone . . . .  I know where specifically some are and see them regularly bearing a new name, a couple here  in general I know where they are although I’m unable to picture them,  yet others  . . .  I have nary a clue.  One or two here I spotted maybe only once.  Today seems an opportune time to bring these to light.  If anyone has recent pics, please send them.  Unless otherwise stated, all fotos were taken in the sixth boro, which itself has changed in  . . .  3 or 4 years . . . or more accurately–land, people, water–is always in flux.

Like Baltic Sea.

Francis E. Roehrig,

Robert E. McAllister,

Sea Service, 

THE Janice Ann Reinauer, 

Sea Ox aka Inland Sea,

Mostank,

Curtis Reinauer (and Deanno Franklin)

Little Toot (foto taken in Point Pleasant, NJ),

Dean Reinauer, 

June K and Juliet Reinauer,

Francis Turecamo (taken in Waterford, NY),

Eileen McAllister and Responder . . . still with the boom reel,

Barbara McAllister,

and finally, the elusive basil barge . . . .

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Except for the basil barge, all fotos taken a few years back by Will Van Dorp.

In the elusive but deadly department, “ghost bombs” near the VZ bridge???

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