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USS Cassin Yonge Drydock
Boston

http://www.nps.gov/bost/historyculture/usscassinyoung.htm

Onlookers observe as work continues in this scene in late 2010 of the USS Cassin Yonge receiving ongoing repairs at the Charlestown Navy Shipyards in Boston, MA.

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