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Tugboat Graveyard
01/06
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Near the southernmost edge of Staten Island and figurative end of New York City (at Arthur Kill Road and Rossville Avenue) there is a former boatyard where old ferries, tugboats, barges, and skiffs of decades past linger in a state of decomposition and rust while they wait their turn to sink.
Tugboat Graveyard
02/06
Caption
Near the southernmost edge of Staten Island and figurative end of New York City (at Arthur Kill Road and Rossville Avenue) there is a former boatyard where old ferries, tugboats, barges, and skiffs of decades past linger in a state of decomposition and rust while they wait their turn to sink.
Tugboat Graveyard
03/06
Caption
Near the southernmost edge of Staten Island and figurative end of New York City (at Arthur Kill Road and Rossville Avenue) there is a former boatyard where old ferries, tugboats, barges, and skiffs of decades past linger in a state of decomposition and rust while they wait their turn to sink.
Tugboat Graveyard
04/06
Caption
Near the southernmost edge of Staten Island and figurative end of New York City (at Arthur Kill Road and Rossville Avenue) there is a former boatyard where old ferries, tugboats, barges, and skiffs of decades past linger in a state of decomposition and rust while they wait their turn to sink.
Tugboat Graveyard
05/06
Caption
Near the southernmost edge of Staten Island and figurative end of New York City (at Arthur Kill Road and Rossville Avenue) there is a former boatyard where old ferries, tugboats, barges, and skiffs of decades past linger in a state of decomposition and rust while they wait their turn to sink.
Tugboat Graveyard
06/06
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Near the southernmost edge of Staten Island and figurative end of New York City (at Arthur Kill Road and Rossville Avenue) there is a former boatyard where old ferries, tugboats, barges, and skiffs of decades past linger in a state of decomposition and rust while they wait their turn to sink.
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