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The Waterfront in Ketchikan
Ketchikan, Alaska

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Fishing boats at the main dock, opposite a cruise ship

Fishing boats at the main dock, opposite a cruise ship

Fishing boats at the main dock in Ketchikan, opposite a cruise ship

Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan, Alaska

Date photographed: July 25, 2000
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Holland America Lines' MS Ryndam docked in Ketchikan

Holland America Lines' MS Ryndam docked in Ketchikan

Holland America Lines' MS Ryndam docked in Ketchikan

Ketchikan, Alaska

Date photographed: July 25, 2000
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Mission and Front Streets in Ketchikan

Mission and Front Streets in Ketchikan

Mission and Front Streets in Ketchikan

Ketchikan, Alaska

Date photographed: July 25, 2000
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The "Thunder Wings" statue represents the naming of Ketchikan by the Tlingits

The "Thunder Wings" statue represents the naming of Ketchikan by the Tlingits

Front Street at the Newtown Tunnel, Ketchikan, Alaska

Date photographed: July 25, 2000
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Most of Ketchikan's fishing fleet is docked at Newtown, north of the tunnel

Most of Ketchikan's fishing fleet is docked at Newtown, north of the tunnel

Most of Ketchikan's fishing fleet is docked at Newtown, north of the tunnel

Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan, Alaska

Date photographed: July 25, 2000
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The top decks of cruise ships afford a unique aerial view of coastal towns such as Ketchikan

The top decks of cruise ships afford a unique aerial view of coastal towns such as Ketchikan

The top decks of cruise ships afford a unique aerial view of coastal towns such as Ketchikan

Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan, Alaska

Date photographed: July 25, 2000
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The MS Ryndam uses its bow thrusters to pivot gracefully out from the dock

The MS Ryndam uses its bow thrusters to pivot gracefully out from the dock

The MS Ryndam uses its bow thrusters to pivot gracefully out from the dock

Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan, Alaska

Date photographed: July 25, 2000
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