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At the end of summer the city of Waterford celebrates its position at the head of the Erie Canal with a gethering of tugboats and other watercraft. These are pictures taken with my old Apple QuickTake 200 camera.
A disused factory turned into expensive lofts...
inside and on lock number one...
Water being let out...
The sound these doors make is incredible...
This is by no means a large lock but...
compared to what it replaced...
Some sixy truss bridge pr0n...
This li'l fellow wants to go upstream...
Thanks for the lift!
Don't let the door hit your aft on the way out
A side view of the lock...
The original 1800s locks. Now used as a drainage channel...
But this is a 'tugfest' you say...
I see some canal boats...
But where are the tugs?
Here's a tug that used to push railroad barges around...
I think it's owned by one of the Mythbusters dudes...
The Wodecker - an all-girl crew was running her
The Benjamin Elliot
Another railroad tug, the Margot
The Elise Ann Conners - a canal tug - note the low superstructure for navigating under short canal bridges
Hey sixy girl! Don't block the shot...
...of the Frances Turecamo
Tom Servo pulls up alongside...
The tiniest tugboat at the festival...
...was a wee li'l beastie
optimistically named 'Tugtanic'
and with that we bid a fond farewell to Tugfest 2004
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Peter: 5th Jan 2010 - 14:42 GMT
Franny Wentzel: 5th Jan 2010 - 17:09 GMT
Don't be fooled by the locks that I shot, I'm still Franny from the block.
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