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A search for a photo assignment sent me to the August 2009 section of the universe, and these photos served as a cold water shock . . . how much stuff has changed in under five years. Crow of course is as “good” as gone, but do you know which tugs are attached to Freedom and RTC 28?
How about Vernon C on Freedom and
Janice Ann Reinauer? In 2009 there was as much demolition happening on the Brooklyn side as is now crumbling on Manhattan side.
And from the same week . . . K-Sea was still in full force here. Where is Greenland Sea today?
And this classic . . . Kristin Poling along with fleet mate . . .
John B. Caddell, which as recently as last week was still awaiting the torches and jaws of repurposing.
All photos by Will Van Dorp.
Oh . . . this could be the first of many time warps.
What happens in the time it takes to read the morning paper? Well . . .
0635 . . . Maersk Montana passes the salt pile,
Ironically, Road Fotos 17 were taken where this post ends up. And I had planned NOT to post today, but . . . time affords posting, and posting makes a drive more like a gallivant. Given that I drove to Hampton Roads, it’s interesting to reflect on what scenes are absent from this post. Three hours after locking my house door, I was on New Jersey at the southern tip on NJ, looking
The lights at Fort Story in the background, and Trabzon and Red Iris anchored outside Hapmton Roads.
Cutterhead dredge Illinois!! If Illinois makes it all the way to the sixth boro, you know who will have more opportunities to perfect her rendition of the toothy snouted machine.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp today.
@#$#!! . . . as I write this, USAV Winfield Scott is passing the precise location Atlantic Dawn was 90 minutes ago. To see USAV Winfield Scott, check Jed’s most recent post here.