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220 viewsOct 29, 2018
Starboard bow view of Whyalla in Brisbane, Queensland, circa 1944. Behind her is the sloop HMAS Swan. Note a SC radar is fitted to the masthead and a type 272 radar lantern is mounted above and behind the bridge.185 viewsOct 28, 2018
Museums-U-Boot WILHELM BAUER in Bremerhaven - 2004220 viewsOct 28, 2018
173 viewsA port quarter view of Vampire on the slipway prior to her launching, October 1956Oct 25, 2018
162 viewsTonijn for the last timeOct 25, 2018
210 viewsTang (SS-563), up periscope. Oct 24, 2018
188 viewsOct 20, 2018
178 viewsHMS Belfast (C35) Town class light cruiser of the British Royal Navy.Oct 20, 2018
207 viewsOct 20, 2018
220 views S-56 submarineOct 19, 2018
In dry dock at Yokosuka, Japan circa March, 1951214 viewsOct 18, 2018
180 viewsSchelde,Elbe,Tasmanzee.L.Smit&Co.Oct 17, 2018
photograph taken by dave souza during a brief return visit of the Shieldhall to the Clyde in July 2005.196 viewsThe General Cargo-Passenger Steamer SS Shieldhall, a "Clyde sludge boat" which made regular trips from Shieldhall in Glasgow, Scotland, down the River Clyde and Firth of Clyde past the Isle of Arran, in order to dump treated sewage sludge at sea. These steamboats had a tradition, dating back to World War I, of taking organised parties of passengers on their trips during the summer, and the accommodation is again being put to good use for cruises. The 1972-ton Shieldhall was laid down in October 1954, built by Lobnitz & Co. of Renfrew who also constructed the two triple expansion steam engines. She entered service in October 1955 and was operated by Glasgow Corporation until 1976. All sludge boats ceased operation in the 1990s. The Shieldhall is now operated by the Solent Steam Packet LimitOct 17, 2018
205 viewsOverhead view of the ex-Thornback (SS-410), now the Ulucalireis (S-338) underway.Oct 12, 2018
165 viewsOct 12, 2018
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