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The Cross Harbor's car float has just departed Greenville Yard in New Jersey and is passing in front of the Statue of Liberty and the World Trade Center.
Jumping to the Brooklyn side, we see the tugboat Huntington approaching the Cross Harbor's rail barge. The Huntington will take us to Greenville. The Cross Harbor owns no tug boats, but rather contracts for tug service. The Huntington is owned by Kosnac, whose motto is "If it floats, we can move it!"
We are in the wheelhouse of the Huntington as Captain Mike Hazard backs away from the Cross Harbor bridge float. A Moran tug is in the background.
Approaching Greenville, mate Frank Horn is on the end of the barge as the float bridges of Greenville approach.
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