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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard 7 months 3 weeks ago #148336

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While in England, we stayed several days in Greenwich and Portsmouth and had the opportunity to tour the Cutty Sark, Horatio Nelson's flagship HMS Victory, the HMS Warrior, the Mary Rose Museum and the National Museum of the Royal Navy.

The Mary Rose, launched in 1511:


The HMS Victory, launched 1765:


The HMS Warrior, launched 1860:


The Cutty Sark, launched 1869:


The National Museum of the Royal Navy

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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard 7 months 3 weeks ago #148342

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Pretty impressive stuff. Makes you wonder where all the craftsmanship disappeared to.

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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard 6 months 6 days ago #148484

63 Sabre wrote: Pretty impressive stuff. Makes you wonder where all the craftsmanship disappeared to.


I think Jan is hogging most of it!

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