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Coast Guard Station Boston

Coast Guard Station Boston
Part of 1st District
North End, Boston, Massachusetts
Boston Harbor. One of its buildings is designed to look like a CG Vessel
Type Coast Guard Station
Coordinates 22|3.72|N|71|3|8.76|W| name=

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In use  ???-1996
2003-Present
Current
owner
United States Coast Guard

United States Coast Guard Station Boston is a located in the North End, Boston, Massachusetts. It is home to a number of ships including the USCGC Escanaba (WMEC-907), USCGC Spencer, USCGC Flying Fish, USCGC Pendant, and USCGC Seneca, along with other small fleet units. It was re-opened in 2003 after being closed in 1996.

External links

  • New Coast Guard Station Commissioned in Boston Harbor
  • https://store.nwtmint.com/product_details/5056/Coast_Guard_Station_Boston_MA/
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