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Final Days on South Street

After nearly two centuries on South Street, the Fulton Fish Market is leaving lower Manhattan and moving up to the Bronx. Jack Putnam of the South Street Seaport Museum walks us through the historic market that's "a little bit like a circus or a theater."

To learn more about the future of New York's waterfront, read the transcripts of Rafael Pi Roman's interviews with Ken Jackson and Raymond Gastil.
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