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(September 20-24, 2006)

K. Wayne Heil

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum

Makoto Hayashi

Two Ships at Night

New Toyama Port, Imizu-city, Toyama, Japan

September 20, 2006 - 18:35 local time

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© 2006 Makoto Hayashi, All Rights Reserved.

The name of the sailer is Kaioh-maru, was the most famous practice ship in Japan.
She had already retired, not voyagable any longer.
New ship is Pacific Venus, A lot of guests are taken and it leaves for gorgeous cruise.
The time of the retirement comes also to the person some time, I want to be dignified like her.

Asia / Japan

Lat: 36° 46' 49.84" N
Long: 137° 6' 34.25" E

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

PENTAX *istDS, Simma 8mm Fisheye, SLIK tripod with Manfrotto 303SPH panohead.

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