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Starting on one end at the Algiers Ferry Terminal, it continues 2 miles to -- that's right -- the former Todd Shipyard site. Snail mail will find me at 365 Canal Place, Suite 3100, New Orleans, LA 70130.That's the place that Kulakowski turns his bike around. I've also been known to appear magically upon hearing the clink of Crazy Cubes as they drop into a soon-to-be-filled highball glass, so you might want to try that, too.We met at Kettner Exchange on October 16, 2015 in downtown San Diego for drinks.This quickly turned to dinner, additional drinks with easy flowing conversation and lots of laughter! .a true gentlemen who loves me unconditionally and shows me how to live life to the fullest!In 1944, the operation was big enough to warrant operating its own free ferry service -- aboard the Warren-Johnson -- for employees who worked on the east bank.Even when the war ended, the work kept coming, as crews at the Algiers site -- which at one time spanned more than 81 acres and boasted, 1.5 miles of railroad track, 59 buildings and more than 6,000 linear feet of riverfront -- worked to convert a string of warships for peacetime use.
"The plant is to be on the batture and a strip of land along the river between the Algiers naval reserve and the immigration station," read a front-page story in the newspaper's editions of Oct. "It will begin operations with one or more dry docks of 10,000 to 14,000-ton capacity and will employ from 800 to 1400 men when fully underway." For the next six-plus decades, Todd Shipyard -- which would be referred to by various names over the years, such as Todd Dry Docks and, by mid-century, Todd-Johnson Dry Docks -- would be a beehive of activity, weathering all manner of storms.That included literal storms, such as Hurricane Betsy, which in 1965 tore a 15,000-ton dry dock loose from its moorings, capsized it and set it adrift in the river.