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Recycling of wagons of the New York subway

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Reef Redbird of coast Slaughter, Delaware is now a dump for old wagons of the New York subway. 700 wagons are based at the bottom of Atlantic ocean already . Manager of department of natural resources and the control over a state of environment of Delaware, heading the company on protection of artificial reeves, Jeff Tinsmen has told: «They are magnificent dwelling for fish».

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№1 Author: cecil (31 Oct 2009 03:36) Total user comments: 8


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reeves???
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№2 Author: salsapopo (1 Nov 2009 10:41) Total user comments: 12723


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№5 Author: DocMcCoy (2 May 2010 02:17) Total user comments: 6039


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Recycle. They do make excellent reefs. They are cleaned and are soon overgrown making great homes for smaller fish.
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