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Tugboat Philip T. Feeney

- Peter - Wednesday, March 11th, 2009 : goo

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The Philip T. Feeney is an 117 year old steam now at rest on the north shore of just east of in .

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Peter: 11th Mar 2009 - 01:10 GMT

we walked the plank to get in.

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Graz: 11th Mar 2009 - 01:15 GMT

Wow, thanks for risking life and limb to get these!

Peter: 11th Mar 2009 - 01:18 GMT

nah, im bent enough that walking on an angle comes naturally.

Sean Hopkins: 11th Mar 2009 - 01:19 GMT

Yea man these are dope! Excellent framing man, let me know if you ever go back there

Kate: 11th Mar 2009 - 02:26 GMT

I love all the beautiful colours of rust, particularly in the "shipmate" photo.

fightingforward: 11th Mar 2009 - 19:06 GMT

More beautiful decay! Mahalo nui loa for the good pix!

Cartlegger: 11th Mar 2009 - 19:29 GMT

Hey, that's my ass in the first photo. I have a copyright on my hindquarters. so now you must purchase me a cold malt beverage.
Very nice photos of a very lovely place! Kinda stinky though!

Peter: 11th Mar 2009 - 20:07 GMT

ill pick up some black-label in today, muahaha...

vices are so much cheaper in jersey, like beer and smokes (and probably also drugs and whores).

Luke1972: 11th Mar 2009 - 21:22 GMT

Love the shot with the SHIPMATE sign in. The colours of the rust are great.

Caesar: 30th Mar 2009 - 05:42 GMT

Go back to Staten Island! I would love to see more of this sort of thing!

Yard Dog: 26th Aug 2009 - 13:22 GMT

Thanks for posting these great pics. After WW2 , my dad helped build the Philip from the
bare hull up. He worked on her for about 10 years and he said he loved every minute. Because of your photos I,m planning to go to NY to see her in person.

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Rifton: Dec 2009 - 7:50 EST : 26th Dec 2009 - 23:43 GMT

Wow! It sure brings back some fond memories of when I was with Conners
on the Canal from 1934 to`37 That Shipmate stove sure was a warm memory.
I seeem to recall Feeney had several fleets of boats and tugs at that time when the Philip T. was one of them.

Peter: 14th Jan 2010 - 23:31 GMT

i miss my big green messenger bag. i rocked that shit for like 12 years.

alas, the nypd owns it now :(

CartLegger: 15th Jan 2010 - 01:23 GMT

they'll be other bags, and other adventures!

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Pqlty: 3rd Mar 2013 - 06:02 GMT

Scanning in Family photos and came across the Philip T. Feeney pulling into Lock 9 on the Mohawk river in 1964. I will try to upload them here. They are also in my photostream at this link

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