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   Tugboats run by various members of the Reichert Family in the NY region.

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1 The sinking of The Jim Steers (JAN 1958)
Another Reichert Tug Boat
Another Reichert Tug Boat
Tug Foreman
Tug Foreman
The FOREMAN was a Reichert boat, built 1901 Tottenville NY. Measured 53' long, 16.8 beam, 6.8 draft. Powered by steam at 200 horsepower. 
Tug Reichert Bros.
Tug Reichert Bros.
Tug Reichert Bros.
Tug Reichert Bros.
78 x 22.1 x 10.9. 250 hp.
Built 1919, Milford, Del.
Reichert Towing Line
Tugboat F.J. Reichert
Tugboat F.J. Reichert
500 H.P Diesel Tug
Reichert Towing Line, 1008 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn 22 NY 
Tugboat the John A. Reichert
Tugboat the John A. Reichert
Tug Business 'The Reichert Company' provides Ferry Service
Tug Business "The Reichert Company" provides Ferry Service
Article Reads: With the Vernon Avenue Bridge, spanning Downtown Creek, between Greenpoint and Long Island City, out of commission for at least six months, many of those employed in Long Island City, anxious to reach Long Island City by shortest route, are ferried across the creek. The ferry service is from Greenpoint avenue in motor boats and the fare is 10 cents each way. The service is furnished from Monday to Saturday from 6 A.M. to midnight. The boats are furnished by the Reichert Company. Here is Thomas PEDENE, mate, assisting Mrs. Mary SEKURA of 179 Eagle street, on the boat, while Captain Albert REICHERT looks out the window of the boat. [Source unknown. Date - BEF 1948] 

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