Admiral’s Final Farewell

7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
(KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
(KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)
Admiral's Final Resting Place 7/27/11-Construction cranes rip into the Admiral at a scrapyard in Columbia, Illinois, about 14 miles down-river from the boat's longtime anchor spot along the St. Louis riverfront. (KMOX/Caitlin Anderson)

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