Timelapse Video- The Launching of The Beaver From East Gloucester Marine Railways From Good Morning Gloucester

Bringing it to you first, natch!

This is 18 minutes of video compressed into 1 minute 40 seconds.

The new Boston Tea Party Museum replica ship was launched this morning from East Gloucester Marine Railways.

The ship will be part of a Tea Party museum including the replica ships from the Tea Party and is scheduled to open in June in the Fort Point Channel in Boston.  The spot of the museum  is close to the original site of the December 1773 tea party, where colonists dumped tea in the harbor to protest British taxes.

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8 Responses to Timelapse Video- The Launching of The Beaver From East Gloucester Marine Railways From Good Morning Gloucester

  1. skip says:

    Good Work, great vid.

  2. Love that you still say “natch”. Think you should try to bring it back into the mainstream. Along with “Hip Hip Hooray!” I’m serious. And the video is great too. ;)

  3. antinoro says:

    I loved this, best thing I’ve seen all day. Thanks

  4. anti-climatic. but a good catch for history sake. :)

    • Joey C says:

      Yes, I wish I had my tripod. Luckily Donna called to tell me about it and while out on a delivery I swung down and captured it minutes before it happened. it would have been much better had I known and was prepared with the right equipment. Nonetheless I’m happy to have caught it.

  5. Hi Joey: Great stuff.. glad I am a news nut.. wish I could have been there…

  6. Vicki says:

    Saw it at dry dock yesterday, just in time!

  7. H. A. says:

    The great music really makes the event! Cool!

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