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The big freeze of 1977 [Pictures]

The Baltimore area suffered through one of its most severe winters in 1976-1977. Ice practically forced the closing of the Port of Baltimore; icebergs (or, more precisely, icefloes) showed up in the Chesapeake Bay and Coast Guard ice cutters were called in to keep rivers navigable. Here are some photographs from that infamous winter.
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