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Little yard, big aluminum boats
Return of the railroad barge
Cargo and cranes at the Port of Coeymans Marine Terminal. Kirk Moore photo.
Brickyards, barges and bulkers on the upper Hudson River
The containership CMA CGM T. Roosevelt minutes after passing under the bayonne Bridge en route to Port Elizabeth, N.J., Sept. 7, 2017. Coast Guard photo/PO1 Sabrina Clarke.
When the Roosevelt came to town
Captain Tom Masterson on the Fishful Thinking takes the first passengers out from Tuckerton Seaport on a water taxi run to Beach Haven, N.J. Kirk Moore photo.
New Jersey resorts test new water taxi
The San Francisco Bay ferry Hydrus was designed for Tier 4 performance to meet California's strict air quality rules. Incat Crowther photo.
Back to the ferries
The Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star cuts through Antarctic ice in the Ross Sea near a large group of seals as the ship
Small ships for big jobs
The Tuckerton Beach, N.J., neighborhood inundated on the morning of Oct. 29, 2012, after Hurricane Sandy. Coast Guard photo.
Beyond beach replenishment, bayside towns want Corps help too
Maritime workers — including those that work on barges — are considered essential employees and should report to work during the COVID-19 crisis. USACE photo.
Trump's infrastructure promises await a plan
An offshore service vessel alongside a drillship in the Gulf of Mexico. BP photo.
The East Coast oil drilling chimera
Barges transit the Mississippi River near St. Louis. USACE photo.
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