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What do the MQ, Elissa, and a crane barge have in common?

 
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Old 01-15-2009, 12:57 PM
 
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Default What do the MQ, Elissa, and a crane barge have in common?

They all ended up in the same picture. I was going through stuff and found articles and pictures from the Elissa's trip to Baton Rouge, which, by the way, was in 1989. Apparently, I saw the MQ rolling down the river and wanted to get the Elissa and MQ in one picture. Obviously there was no really good location for a clear shot, hence the crane barge, which was not in any way involved with the Elissa. Well, it's a working river, warts and all.
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