Published in Rye, N.H. on the first Thursday of each month
March 2009


Portsmouth tugs have been busy with bulk carriers this winter, bringing in salt, LPG, coal, cement and gypsum. This one, "Mary M. Coppedge" (rated at 3,200 HP) is moored at the Moran Towing Corporation on Ceres Street. Memorial Bridge and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard are in the distance. Other tugs in the Portsmouth fleet are the "Eugenia Moran" (2,875 HP) and the "Carly A.Turecamo" (2,200 HP). See more information on Piscataqua ship spotting. (Jim Cerny photo)

This female mallard duck, at the water's edge on Marcy Street in Portsmouth, is going quackers from the winter weather. (Jim Cerny photo)
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