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The Flying Bird takes one last flight
We say goodbye to the Kalakala
Update: February 5, 2015
As the days go on the Kalakala is slowly dimantled, placed in trailers and hauled away. But she's not going down without a fight as it seem the old girl is hard on the demolition equipment.
More to come...
(Video) King 5: Historic ferry Kalakala will be scrapped next week.
End of the line: Kalakala headed to scrap yard at end of January
Seattle Post Intelligencer:
Kalakala to be scrapped; end of iconic Puget Sound ferry
Thanks to The Tacoma News Tribune who shot video of the tow to the graving dock.
The Kalakala rides to its deconstruction in Tacoma; but wait just a second
Ferry farewell: Historic Kalakala makes final journey
One Last Goodbye to the Kalakala
Crews about one-third finished with Kalakala demolition
Northwest Wanderings | Kalakala's demolition
Kalakala Demolition 1-31-15
Vintage Kalakala Videos on YouTube