Coast Guard Slowly Reopens Houston Ship Channel – Update – gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
Above is a picture I took of people welding a ship or a barge of some kind at the Houston Ship Channel. (Photo copyright 2011 Neil Aquino.) Here is a history of welding. At the bottom of that history are other welding related links. Here is a definition of welding from Merriam-Webster— Join together (metal pieces or […]
A few days ago I was driving around the area of the Houston Ship Channel. On my travels, I saw a gentleman who was wading in the Ship Channel. You can see the man in a white tee-shirt below the area of the auto demolition yard. While I’ve seen people fishing in the Ship Channel, […]
As you can see from the picture above and from the picture below, the dead at Houston’s Glendale Cemetery are at eternal rest in close proximity of the Houston Ship Channel. If you click the link above, you can read a brief history of the place and see pictures of the gravestones. Glendale is Houston’s oldest cemetery. […]
For those who have been looking where to find marine propellers and a washing machine on the same lot, I have foundplace for you. (Here is a history of washing machines. Here are facts about marine propellers.) This lot is near the Houston Ship Channel. As those of you kind enough to read this blog on a […]