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Porthole v. portlight difference? See if this helps. Know this location?
Below is the ruins of PC-1264, one of two World War 2-era subchasers disintegrating in a scrapyard in Staten Island. Learn more about it in our documentary Graves of Arthur Kill. Here are some stills I took while we were filming.
ATR-89 –built 1944– is also in the documentary.
This vessel dates from 1950 and has been restored to not only working but also
These fotos will serve as teasers until
I get that post together about the tour vessel concierge Nan gave me.
Here’s a post I did a year and a half ago about a tugboat still working on the Hudson that lost its forward portlights. The second foto above (yes, that’s me) was taken by Marie Lorenz. All others by Will Van Dorp.