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Ship Dioramas You Would Like To Build

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On 4/24/2018 at 3:05 AM, Tecko said:

Swedish warships are bunkered inside mountains.

The only problem with that these days is all it would take would be a couple of cruse missiles or smart bombs knocking on the front door and it would be like Pearl Harbor. The enclosed blast would be fearsome.

 

Great diorama stuff though, kind of like the German sub pens of WWII.

 

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The meeting of Matthew Flinders in the Investigator and Nicolas Baudin in the Geographe in Encounter Bay, South Australia 1802. Thousands of miles from home, one going east, the other going west along the southern coast of Australia. What a coincidence!

 

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Or possibly the Bremen cog - almost completed - in its dock in the sudden surge of water in about 1380 AD that sank and buried it under mud till it was retrieved in the 20th century. 

 

Steven 

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