Workers were busy Feb. 19, 2014, working on the concrete wall lining Harbour Town Yacht Basin near the Liberty Oak, visible in the background, to stabilize the wall which was tilting toward the water from bottom to top.
Workers were busy Feb. 19, 2014, working on the concrete wall lining Harbour Town Yacht Basin near the Liberty Oak, visible in the background, to stabilize the wall which was tilting toward the water from bottom to top. Staff photo
Workers were busy Feb. 19, 2014, working on the concrete wall lining Harbour Town Yacht Basin near the Liberty Oak, visible in the background, to stabilize the wall which was tilting toward the water from bottom to top. Staff photo

Photos: Shoring up the harbor

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