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|HMS Duncan is the sixth ship of the Type 45 or 'D' Class of air defence destroyer (AAW) planned to be built for the Royal Navy. HMS Duncan is named after Adam Duncan, Viscount Duncan of Camperdown (1 July 1731 - 4 August 1804) who, as Admiral Duncan, defeated the Dutch fleet off Camperdown on 11 October 1797. This victory is considered one of the most significant actions in naval history. The C...||10/28/2009||329|
|HMS Dragon is the fourth ship of the Type 45 or 'D' Class of air defence destroyers that has been built for the Royal Navy.|
Dragon's construction began at the then BAE Systems Naval Ships (later BAE Systems Surface Fleet Solutions) yard at Scotstoun on the River Clyde in December 2005, and by December 2007 the bow section was in place on the Govan slipway for mating with the othe...
|The Quw’utsun Cultural Centre is - on 6 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds - centrally located in Duncan, midway between Victoria and Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island.It offers a truly unique experience, sharing the stories and traditions of the Cowichan people from hundreds of years ago. ||05/29/2007||380|
|The giant 150-ton cantilever fitting-out crane was erected around 1907 on the west side of the fitting-out basin of the Clydebank Shipyard. It was one of the first shipyard cranes to be designed and built by Sir William Arrol & Co and has been designated a B-listed structure by Historic Scotland, in recognition of its historical significance.||11/11/2009||317|
|Construction of the Changxing Shipbuilding Base on Shanghai's Changxing Island, which is expected to eventually become the world's largest shipyard, has begun. This is a major step forward in China's pursuit to become the world's leading ship builder. In the first phase of the US$3.6 billion project, the Jiangnan Shipyard Corp, a subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) is movi...||02/08/2006||502|
|The famous shipyard in Gdansk where Lech Walesa 1980 started his Solidarnosch revolution against the polish regime and the eastblock. It all ended 1989 when the Berlin wall fell.||02/12/2006||524|
|While looking for naval boats in Netherlands, I came across this shipyard. Sadly, it's censored.|
It's kinda cool though if you look at the contrast of censoring of that boat just entering the harbour and the surrounding water.
|This building is located in Imari harbour in the Saga prefecture, in Japan. It used to be called Kawaminami shipyard, and was originally a glass factory which processes the raw material imported from the Middle East by boat.|
Around the time of the Japan/china war, it became the Kawaminami industrial corporation, and started to produce boats, and later ammunition. I don't have muc...
|Schiffswerft und Maschinenfrabrik Blohm & Voss (Shipyard and Machinery Factory Blohm & Voss) was founded 5. April 1877. The shipyard was later called Blohm & Voss AG and today it is called Blohm + Voss GmbH.|
|Aerial reconnaissance photograph of Severodvinsk shipyard, the largest construction facility in the Soviet Union, taken by a KH4-B spy satellite on February 10, 1969.||02/22/2007||802|
|A luxury yacht shipyard, owned by Sunseeker, in Poole, England.||01/14/2007||397|
|Aerial photograph shot at 7000 feet altitude, showing one unidentified CVL type carrier in docks along with several other ships. Hunters' Point (San Francisco Naval Shipyard) San Francisco, CA||03/17/2007||627|
|Ships in "mothballs" at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard.||07/23/2005||955|