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Old 08-07-2008, 03:36 PM
 
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Default The new Toulouse St. Wharf

Here is a shot of the wharf, taken from the walkway atop the levee. The old wharf extended back to the rock levee and upriver past where I am standing. It had a small gap between it and the Bienville Wharf. Now there is quite an open area between wharves. Clarifying something from another posting: there is just as much room for the NATCHEZ at the new wharf as at the old, but obviously there is no docking space for the JJA or COTTON BLOSSOM as in the old days, but they are no longer part of the company anyway.
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