Jutland warship may berth with Britannia

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  1. The Scotsman: Published Date: 18 September 2011 By Craig Brown
    THE last remaining British warship of the biggest naval battle of the First World War could be berthed in Scotland as a new tourist attraction.
    HMS Caroline, a C Class cruiser launched in 1914, has recently been decommissioned from its role as a training ship in Belfast harbour.
    Jutland warship may berth with Britannia - Scotsman.com
  2. It is a pity she can't be found a permanent home in Belfast where she has spent so much time but I suppose going to Scotland is a great deal better than going for scrap.
  3. Whats the difference?:-D


  4. Steady. :icon_smile:
  5. Soz....Just testing :-D
  6. WWI-era HMS Caroline Stars In Documentary
    An Irish filmmaker has been all at sea on board a warship that survived the Battle of Jutland.

    The ship was the star as Northern Visions premièred a movie on HMS Caroline - a World War I light cruiser that has been stationed in Belfast since 1924 - seeing WWII service and then being used as the base for the Royal Navy Reserve until its decommissioning.

    WWI-era HMS Caroline Stars In Documentary - Northern Ireland News

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