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With wood scarce, Mayflower II is miles from Plymouth

PLYMOUTH — Depictions of the Mayflower II, the replica of the 17th century ship that ferried the Pilgrims to New England, can be found all around this seaside community, from tchotchkes sold in souvenir shops to the side of a local taxi, to the bottle cap of a locally brewed beer.

But there’s one place you won’t find the Mayflower: its berth in Plymouth Harbor.

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