‘Dead man’s land’ no longer: Crane operator has bird’s-eye-view of port of Baltimore’s growth


A Baltimore longshoreman for nearly four decades, Tony Revels remembers traveling to Norfolk, Va., to pick up dockworking shifts in the late 1980s and early ’90s as the changing economics of global shipping meant fewer ships and less cargo sailed so far into the Chesapeake Bay.

“This place was…