Bridgeton

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SS Bridgeton
... MV Bridgeton, ex-al-Rekkah, was a Kuwait Oil Company oil tanker that was reflagged during Operation Earnest Will ... Bridgeton was built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Nagasaki and was launched August 14, 1976 ... The tanker was built as al-Rekkah, renamed Bridgeton and scrapped as Pacific Blue ...
The News Of Cumberland County
... The News of Cumberland County, formerly known as the Bridgeton News, is a daily regional newspaper in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States ... Originally founded in 1879 as the Bridgeton Evening News and then known as the Bridgeton News, it concentrated most of its news on the city of Bridgeton itself ... MediaNews Group bought the Bridgeton Evening News in 1996 ...
Sunset Lake (New Jersey) - Sunset Lake (present Day)
... Lake is home to canoe rentals and a swimming beach (Stony Point Beach) operated by the City of Bridgeton Dept ... lake also offers picnic areas, a boat ramp (public access to Sunset Lake is provided from the Bridgeton City Park, just off of County Road 607) at Piney Point (a peninsula that ... Zoo and dead-ends near Downtown Bridgeton (near the Nail House Museum) ...
Bridgeton, Portland, Oregon
... Bridgeton is a compact neighborhood of detached houses, rowhouses, apartment and condominium complexes, and houseboats in the North and Northeast sections of Portland, Oregon ... River (North Portland Harbor) and Bridgeton Slough ... Love, and Moore, coined after the United States Postal Service rejected the name Bridgeton as too common.) The Bridgeton Neighborhood Association was formed in March 1992 to deal with crime and traffic ...
Bridgeton Historic District (Bridgeton, Indiana)
... The Bridgeton Historic District in the City of Bridgeton, Indiana is "home to the oldest continuously operating mill west of the Allegheny Mountains." ...