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Aquarium annex

A Fore River Shipyard building will soon host a new marine endeavor

Project manager James Duffey, New England Aquarium president Bud Ris, and builder Jay Cashman (from left) tour the Fore River Shipyard building that will house the aquarium’s new aquatic animal rehabilitation center. Below, Julie Cavin cares for a sea turtle at the aquarium’s Boston headquarters. Project manager James Duffey, New England Aquarium president Bud Ris, and builder Jay Cashman (from left) tour the Fore River Shipyard building that will house the aquarium’s new aquatic animal rehabilitation center. Below, Julie Cavin cares for a sea turtle at the aquarium’s Boston headquarters. (Photos By Rose Lincoln for The Boston Globe)
By Constance Lindner
Globe Correspondent / January 24, 2010

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Sometime in the not-so-distant past, the red brick building at 551 South St. in Quincy’s Fore River Shipyard was the hub of an important process in the manufacturing of oceangoing vessels. Hundreds of people worked there, fitting pipes with insulation that were later installed in the hulls of ships. (Full article: 1025 words)

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