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- towed by draft horses on an adjacent towpath. Barges have changed throughout time. From 1967 to 1983 barges were considered a flat bottom boat that was...
- A barge is a flat-bottomed boat. Barge or barges may also refer to: France Barges, Côte-d'Or, a commune in Burgundy Barges, Haute-Loire. a commune in Auvergne...
- Robert Louis "Bobby" DeBarge, Jr. (March 5, 1956 – August 16, 1995) was an American singer and musician. DeBarge was the lead singer of the Motown R&B/soul...
- wooden examples remain, there are many steel barges that are 100 years old or more. Although most Dutch barges have been converted to motor-propulsion, schuyt...
- Administration (MARAD) designation for World War II barges. Barges are very low cost to build, operate and move. Barges were needed to move large bulky cargo. A...
- A Thames sailing barge is a type of commercial sailing boat once common on the River Thames in London. The flat-bottomed barges with a shallow draught...
- Bargal (Somali: Baargaal, Arabic: بارجال‎) is a town in the northeastern Bari region of Somalia. Bargal is situated in the mountainous Bari province of...
- land reclamation. Hopper barges are seen in two distinctive types; raked hopper or box hopper barges. The raked hopper barges move faster than the box...
- engine power barges. Today there are over 75 power barges deplo**** and operating around the world. The utilization rate of power barges is around 95%...
- navigation without their barges attached. Vessels in this category are legally considered to be ships rather than tugboats and barges must be staffed accordingly...