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I’m in the sixth boro, but I have more fotos from the southern US, all by a friend who still wishes no credit.  So enjoy –for starters–a NY-built vessel with a New England name working the Neches River via Baltimore in east Texas . . .  Cape Ann.

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Signet Valiant (ex-Natalie Cole) in Mississippi . . . with a “special project” to the left.  Signet Valiant should not be confused with a Valiant Signet.

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In Texas . . . Corpus Christi, it’s C. R. Haden working

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on the stern of USNS Benavidez (T-AKT-306), while Denia leans on the forward portion of the hull.

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All 138′ loa of Kirby’s  low-ridin’ Leviticus at Southwest Pass.   I don’t believe they have a Numbers or Deutoronomy.

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Alva Dupre (ex-Compass Hero and others) on the Neches in Texas.

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And finally, from a barge company, David G. Sehrt, which has previously appeared on this blog here.

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