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|The construction began 1997 and was opened for traffic 1999 with flights twice a week with a DASH 7 from Kangerlussuaq. Before 1999 you flew from Kangerlussuaq to Ilulissat by DASH 7 and from Ilulissat to Upernavik by a Sikorski S-61 helicopter. A trip could sometimes take a whole day because of weather conditions.|
To make the airport the west side of the mountain Livets Top (Top...
|These boats was sunk, to save the small harbour against wind and waves.|
The boats are from type "Projekt 183" of the East German navy.
|A couple of ghost boats docking at Alcatraz Island. Tourists can be seen on the boats and on the dock getting on and off the boats.||01/03/2009||2,310|
|In the port of Baltimore, a quantity of small Fun boats is to be seen. Unfortunately I do not know the English word for this kind of boat||09/21/2005||353|
|Boats have a strange 'glow' around them.||09/02/2007||1,326|
|alot of junk boats around madagascar||08/12/2008||430|
|More boats to add to the collection.||08/23/2005||299|
|Tour Boats being towed up the beach||11/30/2007||424|
|The aerial photo shows the sectors Nan Green and Nan White at the canadian landing beach. |
Juno is the codename for the beach assigned to the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division. Right in the middle of the britsh sector, between Gold to the west and Sword to the east, this beach is 7km long and located between the villages of Graye-sur-Mer and St-Aubin-sur-Mer.
|There are two boats which seem to do some workl||08/12/2005||231|
|Japan started the war with 63 ocean-going submarines (i.e., not including midgets), and completed 111 during the war, for a total of 174. However, three-quarters of these (128 boats) were lost during the conflict, a proportion of loss similar that experienced by Germany's U-Boats. Most of the surviving boats were either dedicated to training roles or were recently completed and never saw combat...||08/10/2006||1,041|
|Two tiny human powered boats, between the huge ship docks at Kiel Germany||09/01/2007||484|