Ship with tug.
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As they have since the opening of the Canal in 1914, men in small boats row out to throw lines up to the ship for attaching the cables to the towing locomotives. Even in an age of automation and giant ships, this continues to be the most practical method of doing the job.
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A special presentation for by:
Joseph W. DuVall
April 11, 2000

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