• ARRSE have partnered with Armadillo Merino to bring you an ARRSE exclusive, generous discount offer on their full price range.
    To keep you warm with the best of Merino gear, visit www.armadillomerino.co.uk and use the code: NEWARRSE40 at the checkout to get 40% off!
    This superb deal has been generously offered to us by Armadillo Merino and is valid until midnight on the the 28th of February.

Inside Typhoon SSBN

#3
I had a quick look but I want to look in more detail later. However, if you look at the submarine piccies it is very corroded and sure as hell it is not going to be sailing anywhere but about two thirds of the way through there is some poor soul who seems to be very proud that he can make a panel light up.

Further in there is a section about 'nuclear lighthouses' around the coast and how after the 'collapse of the empire' people went into the lighthouses and nicked the copper and such. They even broke into the reactors to get at the contents without realising about the radiation.

What a crazy country.

edited for cruddy typing - I am tired at the end of the day.
 
#5
homeworker said:
I had a quick look but I want to look in more detail later. However, if you look at the submarine piccies it is very corroded and sure as hell it is not going to be sailing anywhere but about two thirds of the way through there is some poor soul who seems to be very proud that he can make a panel light up.

Further in there is a section about 'nuclear lighthouses' around the coast and how after the 'collapse of the empire' people went into the lighthouses and nicked the copper and such. They even broke into the reactors to get at the contents without realising about the radiation.

What a crazy country.

edited for cruddy typing - I am tired at the end of the day.
Yes, I thought it was strange that the sub is out of commission, and rusting as you say, but various control panels can still be stoked up

Odo
 

Latest Threads