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Will Van Dorp – Tugster – Draken Harald Hårfagre – Drakkar

Por |mayo 22nd, 2021|

A close up

of her figure head.

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I choose to interrupt

the “go west” series here.

It will continue soon.

And why?

Late yesterday,

emerging from the fires

over in Sarnia it came . . .

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Will Van Dorp – Tugster – Empire Line @#$!!

Por |febrero 6th, 2021|

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February 3, 2021

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Empire Line . . .

is that a rail service?

A fashion design?

You’ve seen Erie Canal posts

on this blog many, many times. […]

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Will Van Dorp – Tugster – Exotic Erie Canal

Por |agosto 2nd, 2020|

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The Canal has likely been called lots of things,

but exotic might never have been used.

But I would argue that it is just exactly that.

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Will Van Dorp – Tugster – Photo Ode to Issur Danielovitch’s Hometown

Por |febrero 8th, 2020|

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I could call this

“something different 50” . . .

but recognize the name?

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Will Van Dorp – Tugster – 15 Miles Apart on the Erie Canal

Por |junio 21st, 2019|

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June 21, 2019

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Several minutes ago

astronomical summer began in the sixth boro,

and that means tomorrow the mermaids arrive,

which means I may or may not post . . . . on time.

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Roger Senserrich – Neutralidad de la red y ferrocarriles

Por |agosto 26th, 2017|

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Allá por 1865-1870, John D. Rockefeller tenía un problema complicado.

Sus refinerías en Cleveland, Ohio estaban produciendo grandes cantidades de queroseno,

pero no tenía una manera sencilla y barata de transportarlo hasta Nueva York y los puertos de la costa Este.

En el negocio del petróleo esos días, mover el crudo o producto refinado era una parte decisiva del coste total,

así que la logística era vital para sobrevivir. […]

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The Erie Canal Museum

Por |junio 5th, 2015|

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In 2015 we opened The Erie Canal Made New York,

a new permanent exhibit that includes interactive displays,

narrative audio tracks and original artifacts.

The exhibit explains why and by whom the Erie Canal was conceived,

the technology used in its construction, Canal-inspired inventions,

and the waterway’s role in our country’s social and economic development.

A display of the 1825 Wedding of the Waters ceremonial Canal opening,

complete with fireworks sound effects,

leads visitors to the 1850 Syracuse Weighlock Building,

the Museum’s most important artifact.

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