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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Beezer Josh, Sep 18, 2013.
USS North Carolina
yup, been there
Does an old "Space" Ship count?
" Zheleznyakov " WWII river gunboat:
the USS TEXAS
An old cutter quietly rusting away by the roadside halfway between Kiev and Chernobyl for at least a decade now, no idea however it got there:
In Owen Sound at the ferry Chi-cheemaun. Launched 1974, so not 50 yet, but I like the photo. Bike wasn't on the ferry that day, but Wifey & I took the ferry back from Manitoulin Island a few years back, returning from a ride to Lake Superior.
USS Silversides in Muskegon MI
Actually, in front of a "trata"...
In Dunkerque (France) in 2003
In front of the Edward L. Reyerson, once the pride of Inland Steel Co. now indefinitely laid up in Superior, Wisc.
Beat the Ark for an old ship...
Not sure if you classify this as a boat or a ship. Superior WI
USS Cobia, launched in 1943.
SS Badger, launched in 1953.
USTS Kennedy, training ship for Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Laid down in 1964 and launched in 1967 as the SS Velma Lykes to Lykes Brothers Steamship Co. for Far East operations. Activated for service in Desert Storm and later converted to a training ship.