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Grand Avenue Park Overlooking Everett Marina and Naval Station Everett
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A view from the park on Grand Avenue overlooking Everett Marina and Naval Station Everett. The USS Abraham Lincoln is shown in port shortly before deploying and changing homeports to the east coast.
Copyright: Matthew normand
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Resolution: 24000x12000
Uploaded: 15/02/2013
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: grand avenue park; everett; washington; uss abraham lincoln; marina; puget sound; snohomish river; naval station everett
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