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Note:  The barge in the link has been reported as RTC-105, but I’ve gotten some notes saying it is not.    Sorry I can’t positively say either way.

This isn’t going to end well, but you may remember this post from a bit over a year ago.  Mighty Servant 1 came to town and left with some equipment . . . including this barge,

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RTC 105, 

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which went in the center of Mighty Servant.

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Other barges were loaded, one on each side, as well as three tugs, and they sailed out the Narrows and over the horizon.

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Click here to see its demise captured on video recently.  What the audio says is unconfirmed.

Fotos from December 19, 2011 by Will Van Dorp.

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