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|Three tank wrecks on miltary trainig area in Hannover, Germany||07/12/2008||973|
|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.
|At least 6 more wrecks on the same area as my original shipwreck post.||10/30/2007||1,713|
|There are some wrecks at the eastern end of the runway. Somebody posted they are MiG 23s. I think so, too.||08/21/2005||911|
|There are loads of planes, helicopters and wrecks around Kabuls airport.||08/21/2005||819|
|Divesite from the Wreck in the Red Sea with Video, Pics and Divesite-Charts !||08/29/2006||2,048|
|These are some sunken ships at Quail Island New Zealand. I'm not sure but there may be more around this island. This is a local attraction for school groups.(hence why I knew they were here!)||01/08/2007||851|
|After the Dam Busting Raids, the RAF overflown the area around Hilbeck and looking for wrecks of downed Lancaster bombers.||03/06/2010||1,083|
|These two wreckages of a "X-craft" midget submarine can be found at the Aberlady beach. During the Second World War, these two were used as training object and after the war attached to a concrete block for target practice.|
|Grytviken whaling station on South Georgia was developed in the C19th to process whales caught in the South Atlantic. You can see the tanks to store the oil! It was abandoned as a whaling station in 1965 and the whalers left behind a number of their ships as can be seen. There are some cgood photos at www.galenfrysinger.com/grytviken.htm||06/21/2006||387|
|The museum of air and ground technology is situated on the old military airfield on the northeast edge of Vyökov (in the direction of Prostějov). Fighter planes, bombers, transport and exploration aircraft, helicopters, aircraft engines, military fighting and transportation technology, artillery weapons, anti-aircraft weapons and many others can all be seen here. The oldest exhibits in the...||02/02/2010||529|