Discussion in 'Military History and Militaria' started by Yokel, Mar 7, 2013.
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Crucial D-Day harbour revealed in stunning 3D thanks to hi-tech survey | Royal Navy
I wonder if the Droggies are fine-tuning their kit for future survey work on the 'Richard Montgomery'?
Kent Police will no doubt be involved. I think they are great.
Good use of colour.
I'm starting to come over all 1960s..... or is this just the new cam system.
No mate, that'll be the Lysergic acid diethylamide kicking in.
I hope the French are still paying the rent for it!
Actually, are the pointy ones not Mullberry sections but concrete barges, which are something quite different?
The concrete barges were rectangular and had no 'pointy' ends.
The rounded ones were likely the pontoons. One rests on the beach at Arromanche.
Hippycam, new politically correct version.
Coming over all 1960s? That would take some doing, better take some vitamins mate
Looks a bit pointy to me.
are both harbours there or just the american one - the one they didn't think need fixing to the ground properly before the storm came along and wrecked it?
there's a load of wartime vintage concrete barges amongst the hulks at purton with a couple sunk in the canal next to the river.
I think they were cargo carriers rather than mulberry kit.
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