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As if to rival it came the distant squeal of a river tug.
One of the river tugs could get the dispatch to both far faster than the next sandox coach would.
River tugs are also referred to as towboats or pushboats.
Now the gray man was towing her out a side door with the modest but irresistible authority of an East River tug.
Captain McAllister and I were in our positions astride the beams when a small river tug came into view on...
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It is operated by river tugs pushing several barges lashed together, and for the hundreds of passengers and traders these function like small floating towns.
The event of the year in this small town is the Great River Tug Fest, held since 1987 on the second weekend in August.
It has a collection of boats including narrowboats, river barges, canal and river tugs, and a steam powered dredger.
He became master of the Saginaw River Tug Association and engaged in shipbuilding at the Bay Cities for many years.
The River fleet also had two river patrol boats built in 1929, Graničar and Stražar, and three river tugs.
She pushed out into the hallway like an East River tug in housecoat and fluorescent-pink, fuzzy slippers, with a hankie tied over curlers, and a super in tow.
Ordered by the Heereswaffenamt in 1935 for use by German Army engineers, the Landwasserschlepper (or LWS) was intended as a lightweight river tug with some capacity to operate on land.
It also cast the boiler of the first train to run in Australia on the Hobson's Bay Railway and successfully launched the first iron vessel, a river tug 109 feet (33 m) in length.
Upriver the sanitation tugboat except in this instance it was not a river tug but a yacht identical in every detail to the Eagle-cast off from the barges, which we found to be empty, and slowly cruised downstream.
It is common for an operator to moor a barge at a riverside town and collect freight and passengers over a period of weeks before hiring a river tug to tow or push the barge to its destination.
Carrie's young brother was waiting to tie up a brace of barges to a river tug for their journey back to the Royal Albert Dock and he had taken the opportunity to visit his sister and her husband in the dining rooms.
He was about to return downstream from Tongku to assist in the attack on the Taku forts, when a young British naval officer in charge of a river tug with stores and ammunition for the besieged troops in Tientsin came aboard.
The Great North River Tug Boat Race and Competition, or as it is more commonly known the New York Tug Boat Race or the Hudson River Tugboat Race, was first held in 1991.
Built at Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1849 as Yankee, the fast side-wheel river tug was purchased at New Orleans on 9 May 1861 by Capt. L. Rousseau, CSN, then strengthened and fitted for service in the Confederate Navy, and renamed Jackson.
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