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Battleship Wisconsin (BB-64) and Nauticus from Pier
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A view of the Battleship Wisconsin (BB-64) and the Nauticus as seen from the walkway on the water. Notice the flood gate is up on the street entrance as there was some minor tidal flooding the previous day from a passing storm.

Copyright: Matthew Normand
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Uploaded: 22/09/2013
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