Discussion in 'Submariners' started by soleil, May 19, 2009.
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What's a typical 22,000 ton carrier?
Big grey thing, Very long flat casing with a bit sticking up one side and full of wafu's and skimmers.......at a guess :wink:
Thems the things Wrecker, I an not sure they are aircraft carriers anymore? If any of our three are let out to play I think they are called Flag Officers Jolly Cruise Ship.
Piles knocked in by a 117 ton FBH painful ouch :violent1:
When I was there the heads were a hole in the jetty with a pipe running through and a funnel on the top.
Got to love the banana shaped jetty the floating jetty is attached to. Watched it being pulled up the loch, doubt they will use that towline again.
How come when I clicked the play button on the BBC page, I then had an advert for Cathay Pacific? Hmmm, BBC and advertising, any ideas anyone?
The BBC uses advertising on it's iplayer for any viewers outside of the UK. I guess you are in Spain?
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