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Here are previous installments focusing on background.
Sometimes the partial reveal and the juxtaposition highlight what’s on the shorelines, like those triple deckers in Bayonne that would blend in perfectly in many 19th century mill towns.
Or the hugely forgotten Singer plant in Elizabeth, hugely forgotten by most residents of Elizabeth, that is. Imagine, if someone could turn the clock back on that one, 10,000 people would have manufacturing jobs . . . either sewing machines, or
weaponry of all sorts.
But one detail on the bank over by the NJ-side of the Bridge caught my attention. So I thought these beams would be trucked from the disappearing bridge to a scrapping yard. How surprised I was when the crane lifted the beam off the truck not 1000 feet from where they’d been on duty for decades and
one after the other
to what might be a series of trucks below. I can’t quite see what becomes of the beams on the ground at Bergen Point. And I think that’s the Passaic small boat. ??
All photos by Will Van Dorp. Keep your eyes open and stay safe.
Margot nears Troy with the Lockwood Bros barge from back in October. Watch the variety of backgrounds in this post, too.
Jay Michael a few days ago passes by Con Hook.
Amy C McAllister rounds the southern tip of Manhattan towing a capacious cargo barge Columbia Baltimore, capable of carrying 690 tees..
Betty D light crosses the Upper Bay. I didn’t say “Betty Delight,” but the possibility for misunderstanding is there.
Brendan Turecamo escorts Tammo inbound from the island of Jamaica.
Fort McHenry waits over by IMTT.
Sarah D pushes in some upstate rock.
Fells Point crosses the Upper Bay bound for the Kills.
And to finish with a photo from September, it’s Rae, standing by for the move of Wavertree.
All photos by will Van Dorp.