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|Rough C on Jun 24, 2016 03:08 (2 years ago)|
|Way 2 go papa, you reached a thousand hits!|
|Al Ruff on Jun 12, 2016 22:51 (2 years ago)|
|Thanks everyone for your great comments. I've never had a 1000 hit photo. It's getting close at 929.|
|Al Ruff on Jun 03, 2016 03:27 (2 years ago)|
|Love watching these barges go by and checking out their cargo and how it's loaded.|
|Al Ruff on May 30, 2016 04:53 (2 years ago)|
Hi jadran. The barge ALASKA TRADER has been going by here for at least 4 years. It has recently been repainted.
|Henning Brauwers on May 24, 2016 22:19 (2 years ago)|
an interessting video can be found here : http://www.lynden.com/video/
Mostly everything is handled by big forklifts
|davidships on May 23, 2016 19:45 (2 years ago)|
|Perhaps the buses lifted off the flats, which have provided the corner-based loading spreads in relation to the containers beneath?|
|Henning Brauwers on May 22, 2016 23:02 (2 years ago)|
Moin, loaded / discharged by container crane ? Only to a certain extend. On several flats the payload is longer / wider than the flat itself. Would be interessting to see how the toplayer ant the aft end was loaded / discharged
|PHa on May 22, 2016 19:06 (2 years ago)|
Nice cargo. Buses are stowed on 40ft-Flats (platforms).
Handable with container-bridges (or cranes).
|jadran on May 22, 2016 10:14 (2 years ago)|
|Interesting barge,, must by newly built ?? has the 'bow' shape & 'stern' shape i.e. overall hull shape of a SHIP !!|
|davidships on May 22, 2016 09:29 (2 years ago)|
|The (apparently) fewer coming south are perhaps out-of-service, returning to base?|
|Al Ruff on May 22, 2016 03:27 (2 years ago)|
|This barge is carrying school buses for the cruise ship land tours in Alaska. Interesting that this barge is carrying them north while passing the barge STIKINE PROVIDER, carrying school buses south from Alaska.|
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