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November 12, 2010


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An interesting post, thanks. Love the idea of a web address on a freighter!

Dominique King

Anna-I didn't realize the URL was there until long after I took that photo!


That's very cool that the museum is on the river. Sounds like a beautiful and very interesting place to visit.


Now that's advertising!

Dominique King

Gypsy-It is a nice location for the museum. You can watch the freighters from the grounds, or indoors from a room with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the river. They've also got a kiosk where you can check out the freighter schedule for the day so you know when to watch for the big boats.

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