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Offline Rokket

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Rusted dying subs
« on: 30 May , 2013, 03:07 »
Interesting (and sad shots of subs from around the world, and around history:

http://io9.com/the-hulking-grandeur-of-abandoned-submarines-510071935
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Re: Rusted dying subs
« Reply #1 on: 30 May , 2013, 07:47 »
Great link.. legendary wrecks! thanks for sharing

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Re: Rusted dying subs
« Reply #2 on: 30 May , 2013, 13:34 »
Fantastic!
 
I specially like the story about the Japanese Midget Submarine on Kiska & Aleutian Islands, Alaska.

I do not know that they had Sub

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Re: Rusted dying subs
« Reply #3 on: 01 Jun , 2013, 19:44 »
Me neither. Alaska was an interesting front
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Re: Rusted dying subs
« Reply #4 on: 10 Aug , 2013, 21:44 »
It's amazing , given it's age, how well the Explorer has stood up to corrosion .
i read an account once that durring WWII passerbys  thought it was a WW1 sub and later in the 70's many thought it was a WWII sub. It gives a testament to how well it was built.

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Re: Rusted dying subs
« Reply #5 on: 03 Feb , 2015, 05:37 »
Don't think i'll be modeling this one in Brooklyn   ;) ;D