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    Default Tragedy in Mystic

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    Default Re: Tragedy in Mystic

    Oh no. Looks like multiple buildings destroyed. Horrible.

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    Default Re: Tragedy in Mystic

    I hope it wasn't the brick building on the East side of the street.

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    Default Re: Tragedy in Mystic

    The fire was at "Mystic Seaport Marine" which is entirely distinct and separate from "Mystic Seaport Museum".

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    Horrible news but it was not Mystic Seaport which is upriver.
    At first I thought it was and all I could think of was the old mill where hundreds of old boats are stored.
    That would be an irreplaceable loss.
    I was born on a wooden boat that I built myself.
    Skiing is the next best thing to having wings.

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    Default Re: Tragedy in Mystic

    Quote Originally Posted by David Cockey View Post
    The fire was at "Mystic Seaport Marine" which is entirely distinct and separate from "Mystic Seaport Museum".
    Thanks for that. It's been over 30 years since i visited Mystic, so I'm a bit rusty. Looked like a horrible wind-driven fire.
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