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Red Hook WaterStories

  • Welcome to 400+ years of Red Hook history!  Here are many forgotten stories from our evocative neighborhood, and NYC’s maritime story in microcosm.  Explore:
    • A digital museum about our waterfront past and present
    • Red Hook retail, arts, non-profits, schools, recreation
    • Resiliency and flood prep info

    It’s a resource for locals, tourists, history buffs, urban-planners, educators, investors, flaneurs. Explore via menus, the search window or the interactive map. On the map, click the colored, numbered dots to zoom in to multiple items in that location. Then click on a pin to explore that item. Anchor icons mean sites of major importance.

https://redhookwaterstories.org

Red Hook Container Terminal

Source:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Hook_Container_Terminal

  • Red Hook Terminals is a muli-faceted Terminal Operator, Stevedore and Cross Harbor Barge Operator with two facilities in the Port of NY/NJ complex.  With cargo handling capabilities and productivity second to none in the Port of NY&NJ,  Red Hook Terminals is able to handle any type or size cargo.  Whether it is a bulk commodity such as road salt, stone aggregates, steel or lumber, palletized bananas, containers, yachts, heavy lifts, autos, high and heavy (lolo and roro), OOG or special project cargoes, Red Hook Terminals has successfully handled it.

As the only Terminal Operator and Stevedore with facilities in New York City and the Port of Newark/Elizabeth, we are uniquely positioned to serve Beneficial Cargo Owners, Shippers and Special Projects all points East and West of the Hudson River, North and South.

With over 30 years of experience in the Stevedoring and Terminal Operating business, along with the Infrastructure, Equipment and experienced Personnel to meet any requirement, Red Hook Terminals is dedicated to providing outstanding, first class service to our customers.

Source:  http://www.redhookterminal.com

Official photo of the Port Authority Grain Terminal, which was built on the edge of the Eerie Basin in Red Hook. Photo source: http://thesixthborough.weebly.com/uploads/2/4/5/2/24528142/5889148_orig.jpg

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