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  • A $25.5 million museum and visitor's center under construction, the Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at Building 92, will highlight the shipyard's 210-year history with blueprints, maps, photos and vintage tools.

    New $25M Museum To Display Navy Yard's 200-Year History

  • The video has shown an underwater ballet featuring a shipyard's worth of hardware, including robotic vehicles, giant shears, a diamond-edge saw, pipes, hoses, tethers, heavy weights and the infamous blowout preventer that did not prevent the blowout.

    BP puts containment dome on gushing geyser; some oil successfully funneled to ship

  • The measures include a commitment to reduce the shipyard's production capacity, including closing two of the yard's three slipways.

    EU Clears Aid for Poland's Gdansk Shipyard

  • However, it allowed the state assistance after the Polish government and the shipyard's owner, Ukraine-based Industrial Union of Donbass, or ISD, submitted a restructuring plan.

    EU Clears Aid for Poland's Gdansk Shipyard

  • The shipyard's director was on the verge of tears as he told me that they had installed the nuclear reactor on the Nerpa but that he didn't have the money to power up the reactor plant to anything over standard operating temperature.

    Tragedy Under The Sea

  • Lost Conversations: Richmond shipyard's rich African-American history will boggle your mind! yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Lost Conversations: Richmond shipyard\'s rich African-American history will boggle your mind!'

    Lost Conversations: Richmond shipyard's rich African-American history will boggle your mind!

  • OpEdNews - Article: Lost Conversations: Richmond shipyard's rich African-American history will boggle your mind!

    Lost Conversations: Richmond shipyard's rich African-American history will boggle your mind!

  • The carpenter shuts up, realizing that he's lecturing his captain on details of the shipyard's work that Crozier had personally overseen in the months before departure.

    The Terror

  • Of those obliged to summer in Venice, the shipyard's carpenters and caulkers tended to resolve problems with their fists, sailors favored a dagger in the ribs, and the genteel clerks and shopkeepers couldn't rise to my fees.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • In the basin of the Arsenale Nove they were equipped with masts, rudder, and artillery, then were towed through the narrows of the Arsenale Vecchio, paradoxically moving backward in the shipyard's history while proceeding in their own, to be handed arms and provisions as they passed toward the gate.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

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