GOWANUS BAY TERMINAL

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The M/V Abu Loujaine, rear, and the Yankee Ferry, front, docked in the GBX-Gowanus Bay Terminal in the neighborhood of Red Hook in New York on City Of Water Day on Saturday, July 20, 2013. The bulk cement carrier, built in 1966, is permanently docked at the terminal and is used for storage and unloading of cement (she was decertified as a seagoing vessel in 1985). The Yankee Ferry is an historic ferry built in 1907 and owned by Richard and Victoria MacKenzie-Childs who are restoring it. Future uses for the ferry are as a "Think Tank" conference center.  The City of Water Day reconnects New Yorkers with the waterfront offering opportunities to see industrial uses as well as recreational uses. (© Richard B. Levine)
The M/V Abu Loujaine, rear, and the Yankee Ferry, front, docked in the GBX-Gowanus Bay Terminal in the neighborhood of Red Hook in New York on City Of Water Day on Saturday, July 20, 2013. The bulk cement carrier, built in 1966, is permanently docked at the terminal and is used for storage and unloading of cement (she was decertified as a seagoing vessel in 1985). The Yankee Ferry is an historic ferry built in 1907 and owned by Richard and Victoria MacKenzie-Childs who are restoring it....
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