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  • Awesome shot, Joey. Looks like a mystery ship returning from 1925. Nice the way the Phyllis A. name stands out in the dark. Maybe Marty Luster can write a poem about how this ship has made it through more than three quarters of a century.

  • Another fine Gloucester at Dawn photo Joey. I’m enjoying the whole series. It’s great to see the attention being given the grand old Phyllis A. by many photographers. Therese and I will be in Gloucester in July and plan to visit her and the Arnolds at the railways during their Maritime Day celebration the morning of July 7th. before going to the Dahlmer Family Reunion that afternoon.

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