Probably the most famous ship in the world HMS Victory. Always worth a visit if your in Portsmouth
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I must go and see that ship one day.
Is she actually floating in the black and white photos?
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HMS Aston Villa sunk off Norway 1940 (Wonder why they never had a HMS Birmingham City)
Sunk without trace I hope. Theirs been about 4 HMS Birminghams I think
I apologize for my last statement. I didn't know there was loss of life.
No appologies needed mate. It's only banter and I doubt very much any of the crew supported either City or Villa. As far as I'm aware they were all from the Middlesborough area so I don't suppose any of them would care too much.
What was these trawlers used for? Was they still used as trawlers?
HM "Royal Yacht" Brittania prior to her being put out to mothball. These pictures were taken at Portsmouth in the late 70's
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I couldn't resit finding a ship with the name "Birmingham City"