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It’s a bit brisk on the waterfront these days, but great light for photos. I photographed a couple of first timers and some regulars this week. Also, I caught the guys on the Vane tug Red Hook “Spotting Me”. The “Offshore Supply Vessel” Michael Lawrence and the James William ex Lisa Moran were among this week’s highlights.

He’s Spotting Me! Photo by John Skelson

Offshore Supply Vessel Michael Lawrence. Photo by John Skelson

USCGC Penobscot Bay. Photo by John Skelson

James William, formerly Lisa Moran. Photo by John Skelson

Hanjin Dallas. Photo by John Skelson

Gulf Coast. Photo by John Skelson

Foxy 3. Photo by John Skelson

Fells Point meets Hanjin Dallas. Photo by John Skelson

Hoegh Pusan. Photo by John Skelson

Maersk Danang. Photo by John Skelson

Red Hooks Meet. Photo by John Skelson

Ken’s Marine motor barge Saddleback. Photo by John Skelson

Keep Spotting…

All photos by John Skelson, generously shared with the Working Harbor Committee

The IMTT (International Matex Tank Terminals) in Bayonne. Photo by Michael Dempsey via The Jersey Journal

 

The Jersey Journal, reports that a  crack in a storage tank at IMTT in Bayonne, NJ leaked 2,500 barrels of fuel before IMTT employees and Bayonne Firefighters discovered the leak early Saturday morning. Responders stemmed the leaking fuel upon discovery, and cleaned up the affected area.

Crystal Cutler passing IMTT Bayonne. Photo: ©John Skelson

 

The Jersey Journal: A leak in a massive storage tank spewed hundreds of barrels of diesel fuel in a Bayonne industrial park this weekend, authorities said.

Barbara McAllister at the fuel dock IMTT Bayonne. Photo: ©John Skelson

Diesel fuel was found leaking Saturday morning from a 3-inch fitting on the side of a storage tank that contained 16,000 barrels of fuel at International-Matex Tank Terminals, next to the Kill Van Kull and New York Harbor, Bayonne Fire Chief Gregory Rogers said.

Read more at The Jersey Journal here.

by Mai Armstrong for the Working Harbor Committee

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