Discussion in 'Royal Navy' started by merchantman, Nov 24, 2010.
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Anyone with a few quid to spare might want to put an offer in
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It's tragic seeing such a historic ship being sold for razor blades. I'd love to see a bit of lottery money being sunk (no pun intended) into a floating annex to the FAA museum a la USS Lexington.
She's in a very poor state and is just a shell now.
The description does illustrate what 'extended readiness' actually means which, remember, is what HMS QE is currently heading for from 2020.
Worth about £1,200,000 if you weighed it in at your local scrappie.
I am not sure about the 'Careful owner' bit - remember it has been driven by matelots!!
Indeed, Auld Yin - and note the advert admits the gens and pumps are shagged...
I wonder if the Golden Rivet has been salvaged?
Ah, but there was a time....
(Not photo-shopped, either)
I'll think of her when i shave.
fixed that for you chief
It was the sight of this that made me laugh my socks off:
Could be used to invade Warrington
Does that mean I don't have to pay my bulkhead light bill which I don't appear to have settled when I left her in 1991?
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