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|Husvik Whaling Station of South Georgia Island.|
Used from abt 1907 to 1961
|Beacon Island in Plettenberg Bay was used as a whaling station from 1834 until 1916 when WW1 started. The sight now hosts the luxury Beacon Island Hotel.|
The first maritime usage of the bay was by Bartholomew Dias in 1487.
|2 Wrecks at Pratas Islands||04/16/2008||1,473|
|Three tank wrecks on miltary trainig area in Hannover, Germany||07/12/2008||955|
|Take a look around this airfield - here you can find whatever you like.|
cargo vessels, jets, helicopters...and both complete and wrecks!
|3 overlays are showing the position of ship wrecks after sinking around the Orkney islands above scotland. |
Scapa Flow is a body of water in the Orkney Islands, Scotland. It is best known as the site of the United Kingdom's chief naval base during the First and Second World War.
|This is the graveyard on the island of South Georgia where Ernest Shackleton, the explorer, was buried after his death on 5th January 1922||06/20/2006||1,579|
|The Bayard was used as a coaling ship for the whaling station. Bayard lost its mooring at the coaling pier on the northern side during a severe gale on 6 June 1911. Blown onto the rocks on the southern side and holed. |
Built in 1864 by T. Vernon and Son, Liverpool, she is 67 metres long and displaced 1335 tons.
|At least 6 more wrecks on the same area as my original shipwreck post.||10/30/2007||1,707|
|There are some wrecks at the eastern end of the runway. Somebody posted they are MiG 23s. I think so, too.||08/21/2005||896|
|Los Angeles County Fire Station 60, the station used as Station 51 in the 1970's television show "Emergency!"||08/13/2005||549|
|The current Beijing South Railway Station (Chinese: 北京南站; pinyin: Běijīng NŠn Zhŗn) is a new and massive railway station on the south side of Beijing that opened on August 1, 2008. The new station replaced the old Beijing South Station, also known as the Yongdingmen Railway Station before 1988, which stood 500 m away and operated from 1897 to 2006. The new ...||08/04/2009||601|