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  2. New York Harbor - Wikipedia

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    The Morris Canal carried anthracite and freight from Pennsylvania through New Jersey to its terminus at the mouth of the Hudson in Jersey City. Portions in the harbor are now part of Liberty State Park. In 1870, the city established the Department of Docks to systematize waterfront development, with George B. McClellan as the first engineer in ...

  3. Oak Harbor, Washington - Wikipedia

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    For the next 30 years, steamers and freighters carried passengers and freight from the Island to the mainland and back as well as Fidalgo Island to the north. The Irish came in the late 1850s, making Oak Harbor grow and prosper as they fished and farmed the area, and the city's Dutch heritage arrived in the 1890s. Churches, schools, and more ...

  4. Port of Long Beach - Wikipedia

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    The Port of Long Beach, also known as the Harbor Department of the City of Long Beach, is a container port in the United States, which adjoins Port of Los Angeles. Acting as a major gateway for US–Asian trade, the port occupies 3,200 acres (13 km 2) of land with 25 miles (40 km) of waterfront in the city of Long Beach, California.

  5. New York and Atlantic Railway - Wikipedia

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    About 15 percent of freight cars transported by the NYA are floated across New York Harbor from Jersey City to NYA's railyard in Sunset Park on the Brooklyn waterfront. The barge operation is managed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey , but the number of cars transferred to NYA by that method has been restricted by the use of only ...

  6. Port of Busan - Wikipedia

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    Its location is known as Busan Harbor. The port is ranked sixth in the world's container throughput and is the largest seaport in South Korea. The port is operated by the Busan Port Authority, which was founded in 2004 as a public company. In 2019, around 22 million TEU were handled at 10 container terminals in Busan.

  7. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - Wikipedia

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    Sky Harbor was built in late 1928 through early 1929 initially with one runway and was the fourth airport built in Phoenix. Scenic Airways, lacking funds after the infamous Stock Market Crash of 1929 , [10] [9] sold the airport to Acme Investment Company, which owned the airport until 1935, when the city of Phoenix purchased Sky Harbor airport ...

  8. Gawler railway line - Wikipedia

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    Train transfers to Belair, Outer Harbor, Grange, Seaford & Flinders lines Tram transfers Bus transfers: North Adelaide: 2.5 km 1857 North Adelaide Ovingham: 3.6 km 1880s Ovingham, Renown Park Remains closed as of 12 June 2022 due to the construction of an overpass on Torrens Road Dudley Park: 4.9 km 1915 Dudley Park, Prospect Islington: 6.0 km ??

  9. Road transport - Wikipedia

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    The market size for general freight trucking was nearly $125 billion in 2010. In the U.S. many truckers own their truck (rig), and are known as owner-operators . Some road transportation is done on regular routes or for only one consignee per run, while others transport goods from many different loading stations/shippers to various consignees.