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On Board Gazela
Philadelphia

The wooden ship Gazela retired from cod fishing in 1957 and has since been kept in seagoing condition by an enthusiastic group of Philadelphia volunteers.  Here she is tied up at Penn's Landing, near the foot of Market Street on the Delaware River.

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Uploaded: 19/10/2009
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