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26 Barges, Memphis, TN

26 Barges, Memphis, TN

Very clear shot of a tug pushing 26 barges along the Mississippi river in Memphis, Tennessee.

Zoom out for a great view of the 3 bridges, including the mis alignment
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Ferro-concrete barges near to Rainham

Ferro-concrete barges near to Rainham

These barges were built to serve as part of a Mulberry Harbour in connection with the D-Day Landings in World War 2. They appear to be made largely of concrete set in a steel framework.
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Operation SEALION barges at Dunkirk - 19 September 1940

Operation SEALION barges at Dunkirk - 19 September 1940

Vertical aerial photograph taken from 3,100 feet by Bristol Blenheim Mark IV, T2032, of No. 82 Squadron RAF, of part of the docks at Dunkirk. Invasion barges assembled for Operation SEALION are moored to Mole No. 4 in the Bassins de Freycinet. A number of sunk and damaged barges can be seen at the top of Darse No. 4 (upper right), and the dock buildings to its right are completely destroyed. Tw...
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Docking Barges

Docking Barges

Tugs assisting in docking a raft of barges, St Louis
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Mittelland Canal near Minden after USAAF attack

Mittelland Canal near Minden after USAAF attack

Mittelland Canal (near Minden), after 8th Air Force attack on 26th Ocotober 1944. Five barges were washed through the 80-feet breach in embankment cut by 851-ton load. Canal and adjected aqueduct were both drained. More barges are seen stranded on canal bottom.
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Barges leaving lock

Barges leaving lock

A raft of barges leaving a lock, Louisville
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chinese dreadgers.

chinese dreadgers.

clearing the water way. follow barges south to see dumping of silt to create more land.
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NYK Line Car Transporter

NYK Line Car Transporter

You can clearly see "NYK Line" written on the side of this ship. Also note the "Winch Only" sign, and the fact that it is currently unloading a small truck.
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P and O Ferry

P and O Ferry

A relatively high-res ferry in England, unloading.
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Ship Unloading, Ayr

Ship Unloading, Ayr

This ship is being unloaded at the Port of Ayr. The white powder (possibly fertiliser or soda ash) is being loaded into trucks. They can be seen waiting beside the ship and to the south. It is a dry day and they are using water spray to keep the dust down.
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Unloading a container ship in Nuuk

Unloading a container ship in Nuuk

A container ship with supplies for all businesses and privates has arrived in Nuuk and is now being unloaded.
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Bombing of Le Havre - 16 April 1942

Bombing of Le Havre - 16 April 1942

Annotated vertical aerial photograph taken during a daylight attack by 12 Douglas Boston Mark IIIs of No. 226 Squadron RAF on shipping in le Havre, France. Two Bostons fly over the docks as bombs explode on the dock gates ( 'A'), and also among barges in the Bassin Vauban ('B').
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