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New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center to open with new exhibits

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SouthCoast Today | The Standard-Times

April 14, 2021

Sal Sequeira, Dave St. Pierre and Domingo Ixcuna Lucas of Blue Fleet Welding Services, install a one-third scale scallop dredge they manufactured, inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center. This is one of the many new exhibits soon to open.
Sal Sequeira, Dave St. Pierre and Domingo Ixcuna Lucas of Blue Fleet Welding Services, install a one-third scale scallop dredge they manufactured, inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center. This is one of the many new exhibits soon to open.
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(l to r) Mauro Moreira, Matt Walsh, and Stephen Walsh, install a display with New Bedford fishermen nicknames. WB Inc. carpenters install new exhibits inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford's Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
(l to r) Mauro Moreira, Matt Walsh, and Stephen Walsh, install a display with New Bedford fishermen nicknames. WB Inc. carpenters install new exhibits inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford’s Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
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Laura Orleans, director, tests out one of the many new audio content stations being installed inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford's Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
Laura Orleans, director, tests out one of the many new audio content stations being installed inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford’s Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
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Matt Walsh and Stephen Walsh of WB Inc. carpenters, are seen through one of the windows on the bridge found inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford's Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
Matt Walsh and Stephen Walsh of WB Inc. carpenters, are seen through one of the windows on the bridge found inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford’s Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
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Laura Orleans, director, looks on, as a new one-third scale scallop dredge manufactured by Blue Fleet Welding Services is installed at the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
Laura Orleans, director, looks on, as a new one-third scale scallop dredge manufactured by Blue Fleet Welding Services is installed at the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
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Matt Walsh carries an informational sign outlining the type of fish caught by New Bedford fishermen. WB Inc. carpenters install new exhibits inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford's Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
Matt Walsh carries an informational sign outlining the type of fish caught by New Bedford fishermen. WB Inc. carpenters install new exhibits inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford’s Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
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Laura Orleans, director, and Charlie York, look on below, as Sal Sequeira and Dave St Pierre, hang the one-third scale scallop dredge from the ceiling of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
Laura Orleans, director, and Charlie York, look on below, as Sal Sequeira and Dave St Pierre, hang the one-third scale scallop dredge from the ceiling of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
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Matt Walsh and Mauro Moreira, of WB Inc. install an informational panel outlining the type of fish New Bedford fishermen catch. This one of the many new exhibits being installed inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford's Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
Matt Walsh and Mauro Moreira, of WB Inc. install an informational panel outlining the type of fish New Bedford fishermen catch. This one of the many new exhibits being installed inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford’s Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
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Stephen Walsh walks past the ships bell, as he makes modifications to the wheelhouse and ships bunks being installed, as part of the all new exhibits at the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
Stephen Walsh walks past the ships bell, as he makes modifications to the wheelhouse and ships bunks being installed, as part of the all new exhibits at the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
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Blue Fleet Welding Services welders, Domingo Ixcuna Lucas, Sal Sequeira and Dave St Pierre, install the one-third scallop dredge they manufactured for the newly redone interior of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
Blue Fleet Welding Services welders, Domingo Ixcuna Lucas, Sal Sequeira and Dave St Pierre, install the one-third scallop dredge they manufactured for the newly redone interior of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
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Stephen Walsh and Laura Orleans, director, discuss where the new exhibits will be placed inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford's Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
Stephen Walsh and Laura Orleans, director, discuss where the new exhibits will be placed inside of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center on Bethel Street in New Bedford, which is undergoing major renovations including More than a Job: Work and Community in New Bedford’s Commercial Fishing Industry. The new exhibits are scheduled to open soon.
PETER PEREIRA/THE STANDARD-TIMES
Blue Fleet Welding Services welders, Domingo Ixcuna Lucas, Sal Sequeira and Dave St Pierre, install the one-third scallop dredge they manufactured for the newly redone interior of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
Blue Fleet Welding Services welders, Domingo Ixcuna Lucas, Sal Sequeira and Dave St Pierre, install the one-third scallop dredge they manufactured for the newly redone interior of the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center.
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