Port Series, Issue 37

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976 - Harbors
 

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Page 55 - provides for a channel 100 feet wide and 12 feet deep from deep water in Saratoga Passage to deep water in Padilla Bay, a distance of 11 miles, by dredging and dike construction where necessary;
Page 55 - of this report. Additional information on floating equipment can be obtained from Transportation Series No. 5, titled "Transportation Lines on the Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific Coasts. " This publication is described under Floating Equipment in the
Page 37 - All depths refer to mean lower low water. The tidal range between mean lower low water and mean higher high water is 11.1 feet
Page 34 - Additional information on floating equipment can be obtained from Transportation Series No. 5, titled 'Transportation Lines on the Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific Coasts. " This publication is described under "Floating Equipment
Page 56 - Corps of Engineers Port Code No REFERENCE NUMBER ON HAP NAHE LOCATION ON WATERFRONT OWNED BY OPERATED BY PURPOSE FOR WHICH USED TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION DESCRIPTION Dimensions (Feet) Depth Alongside at
Page 6 - Corps of Engineers Port Code No REFERENCE NUMBER ON HAP NAME LOCATION ON WATERFRONT OWNED BY • OPERATED BY PURPOSE FOR WHICH USED TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION DESCRIPTION Dimensions (Feet) Depth Alongside at
Page 44 - Corps of Engineers Port Code No REFERENCE NUMBER ON HAP NAME LOCATION ON WATERFRONT OWNED BY OPERATED BY PURPOSE FOR WHICH USED TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION DESCRIPTION Dimensions (Feet) Depth Alongside
Page 55 - available for hire. Cranes, derricks, and specialhandling equipment at other waterfront facilities within the port area are usually for the sole use of the operating companies, and are described under Mechanical Handling Facilities in the preceding table of Piers, Wharves, and Docks. Hoisting
Page 97 - lists the operators and gives the storage capacity of the dry and cold storage facilities, which are more fully described under individual reference numbers in the table of Storage Warehouses on page
Page 1 - HARBOR AND CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS BY THE UNITED STATES The existing project, authorized by the River and Harbor Act of March 2, 1945, and

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