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Old 05-17-2007, 10:20 AM
 
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Default Lt. Robert E. Lee riverboat relocated to St. Louis

The Lt. Robert E. Lee riverboat restaurant has relocated. The owner of the failed venture in Kimmswick, MO has moved it back to St. Louis, where it is currently being moored at a more secure place at the foot of Gratiot Street. He indicates that he is in negotiations to sell the boat. Hopefully it returns to the St. Louis riverfront. Click here for the article.
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