The world's oldest commissioned warship still afloat left its berth at the Charlestown Navy Yard
on Wednesday morning.
Spenser is now living in the area of the Charlestown Navy Yard
, where Pearl the Wonder Dog keeps him delightful company.
This property located on Boston Harbor in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard
. The 224-unit, Class-A high-rise multi-family property, constructed in 2007, is part of the ongoing redevelopment of the Navy Yard, once one of the oldest shipbuilding yards in the United States.
An additional 17-gun salute off US Coast Guard Base Boston, the site where Constitution was originally constructed and launched October 21, 1797, and Old Ironsides returned to her berth in Charlestown Navy Yard
at 1 p.m., where she will continue undergoing preparations for transition into Drydock 1 in Charlestown Navy Yard
in March 2015.
The iconic USS Constitution, known as ''Old Ironsides'' and one of the city's most popular historic destinations, would be closed, as would be the Constitution museum at the Charlestown Navy Yard
Boston, MA, September 16, 2012 --(PR.com)-- MGH Institute of Health Professions topped the 1,200-student mark for the first time in its 35-year history as classes at the Charlestown Navy Yard
campus began on September 10.
These attractions include Old South Meeting House, the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, the Paul Revere House, the Old North Church, the Bunker Hill Monument, the Bunker Hill Museum, Dorchester Heights Monument, and the Charlestown Navy Yard
On a Thursday afternoon in March, USS Constitution's crew made their way to the Enlisted Dining Facility for lunch just as they always did in the Charlestown Navy Yard
USS Constitution typically fit between 55 to 60 guns depending on the situation and captain, according to Rebecca Parmer, a historian for the USS Constitution Museum at Charlestown Navy Yard
. Some of Constitution's guns weighed as much as 6,000 pounds on the carriage and required a crew of 14 men to operate them.
Thanks to the generosity of the SSC Alumni Association, Thursday began with a free tour, by bus, to the Charlestown Navy Yard
in the shadow of Bunker Hill and a private tour of the USS Constitution led by Margherita Desy, the ship's historian, who also presented the lecture "Old Ironside's Role in World History." For those who did not want to get up early to catch the bus to historic Charlestown, Dr.