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Dupont: Ships and Docks

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Fresh air, the sound of ships moving, sails everywhere, the smell of fresh fish... It's the Port of Dupont.

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The port as seen from an airplane.

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The rail station that connects the port with the industrial area.

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The warehouses in Dupont make an excellent view of the surrounding mountains.

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The parking spots in the Port are often empty. The City Hall has been handling demolition requests.

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The rail tracks begin next to the port and go between the mountains and stop in a small village called Clawst.

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Dupont freightyard seen from the roof of the warehouse. Built in 1833, the freightyard is pretty small.

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The rolling mountains in Dupont are best sighted from the docks.

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Sailboats dock in the Port and wait until they are used again.

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The warehouses store various goods such as food, cans and metals.

Well, see you in the next update. But I was really most surprised when I saw this:

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Thank you to everyone who read this journal, who commented, and who nominated me. And remember, each comment is a support to continue with this CJ.

Thank you and Merry Christmas!


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