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|Annotated vertical aerial photograph taken during a daylight attack by 12 Douglas Boston Mark IIIs of No. 226 Squadron RAF on shipping in le Havre, France. Two Bostons fly over the docks as bombs explode on the dock gates ( 'A'), and also among barges in the Bassin Vauban ('B'). ||08/17/2008||726|
|18 Bostons bombed St-Malo docks and 6 Venturas bombed naval installations at Den Helder. The Den Helder bombing was particularly accurate and serious damage was caused to a torpedo workshop and other buildings. No aircraft lost.||10/26/2005||711|
|Portsmouth Dockyard has been at the forefront of maritime technological developments since it was the site of the world's first dry dock in 1495.|
That was followed in the 1690s by the first stone wet and dry docks which can still be seen today, one being the home to HMS Victory and another to Mary Rose.
|Ore docks located in Two Harbors near Duluth, Minn. ( GE4 version )||02/09/2007||1,401|
|A ferry probably th eone from "Moby Lines" in the docks of Livorno for repairs. Left & right of the ferry, these ships are frighters.||08/02/2005||445|
|Bilbao's port is the biggest in Spain, with over 30km of docks. It's only Spain's 3rd in traffic, after Barcelona and Algeciras. Great enlargement projects have been developed in the last years, as you can see the large red and pink docks in the southern section didn't exist when the satellite images were taken!||09/12/2005||557|
|TF1 French Télévision in Paris Boulogne Billancourt||12/07/2005||463|
|On June 15, 1944, 297 planes (155 Avro Lancasters, 130 Handley Page Halifaxes, and 12 De Havilland Mosquitos) of the Royal Air Force bombed Boulogne harbour to suppress German naval activity following D-Day. Some of the Lancasters carried Tallboy bombs. As a result, the harbour and the surrounding area were completely destroyed. In August, 1944 the town had been declared a "fortress" ...||04/18/2010||1,206|
|A plane flying over docks in New Jersey. The plane looks really low.||03/22/2008||472|
|Two Dornier DO17s passing over targets at Victoria Docks London. Photo taken sometime during 1940.||08/03/2009||709|
|2/3 April 1942|
40 Wellingtons and 10 Stirlings carried out successful bombing of the motor factory . 1 Wellington lost.
|Paris - Bois de Boulogne||03/09/2006||304|