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More from Seattle: Leschi and Chief Seattle . . . next to the ferry docks.
Olympic Tug and Barge’s James T. Quigg preparing to bunker Cosco Antwerp.
Over in Bremerton (an hour away by ferry) is USS Vincennes, CG 49, of the 1988 incident.
Bremerton deserves several posts, but for now, here are a line of attack subs (SSNs) slowly processing through the SRP “recycling” program. 671 is Narwhal and 696 is New York City. Click on the SRP link to identify others here.
DD951 Turner Joy has to be the most significant US naval vessel of the 1960s.
Scenery shot from the ferry ride back to Seattle: Rainier–2.5 hours away by road– dominates everything.
I wish I’d seen this from close: this resembles my favorite exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History. Anyone know the story here? Two of these headed north from West Seattle.
Western Towing’s Ocean Titan heads south from the Ship Canal and
Andrew Foss assists Sanmar Paragon into the Pier 86 grain terminal.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp, who has so much to see and so little time.