A crew at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal spent Aug. 12 unloading huge metal plates that will be used to build a ship at the nearby Nassco shipyard.

A crew at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal spent Aug. 12 unloading huge metal plates that will be used to build a ship at the nearby Nassco shipyard. Photo by Unified Port of San Diego

What will the Port of San Diego look like circa 2064? I waded into the port’s effort to create a master plan for its next 50 years (see page 1), and on the way got to thinking about cargo operations...

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