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Building a new Pier. Bodø, Norway
Norway
Sub sea works at the new pier for what's going to be the new home location for Hurtigruta (The Coastal Steamer) when it's docked in Bodø. The ground works has just started, the ocean is filled with rocks and sand, and soon it will be dry land. The work is supposed to finish in a year.
Copyright: Tord Remme
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Tags: bodø; norway; hurtigruten; pier; coastal steamer
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