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Beside the park is Riverside.

Drive, lined with apartment houses that started life in the luxury class, then were out of fashion for a while, but are once again very much in demand. If you want to get a good idea of life in a New York neighbourhood, walk back along Broadway until you're tired, then take the subway to your hotel.

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John Stewart in London manufactured the engine and ancillary machinery. She had one calked deck and four bulkheads. The designated code recognition signal letters were: JVFB. The Genoa (Official No. 97525) was a steel-hulled 1,942-ton British spur deck-type steam cargo ship measuring 84. 25 m in length, with an 11. 58-m beam and 4.88-m depth, with a moulded depth of 7.21 m. John Blumer and Co. At North Dock, Sunderland built and completed her as Yard No. 100 on 22 April 1890; she was launched as the schooner-rigged Centurion on 8 February 1890 for A. Robson and J. Blumer at Sunderland. The single steel screw was powered by a 170-nhp three-cylinder triple expansion steam engine that used two single-ended boilers, six ribbed furnaces and gave 9.5 knots. The cylinders measured 53. 34 cm, 83. 82 cm and 134. 16 cm with a 106. 68-cm stroke (21 in. 33 in. And 54 in. With a 42-in. Stroke). Alley and McLellan manufactured the engine and ancillary machinery in Glasgow. She had four bulkheads, water ballast and web frames. The designated code recognition signal letters were: LRBJ. The vessel was valued at £10, 000. I sometimes puzzle why I went to sea, because with me, there was no underlying drive that sent me to strange parts across the other side of the world.

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