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|What look like sunken ships in Southampton, England.||02/16/2007||559|
|Southampton Container Terminals Ltd. (SCT) is the United Kingdom's second largest container terminal, owned 51% by DP World and 49% by Associated British Ports.|
|A ship of Wallenius Wilhelmsen companie in Southampton harbour.||01/20/2006||443|
|The Dell in Milton Road, Southampton, England was the home ground of Southampton Football Club, between 1898 and 2001 when they moved to their new St Mary's Stadium.|
The stadium was opened in September 1898, with the inaugural match on 3 September being against Brighton United. The first goal at the stadium was scored by Watty Keay, with the others from Abe Hartley, Jim McKenzie ...
|Former jet stream vessel of the Red Funnel Line. It and another jet speet ship, Red Jet 1, has been sold to the Caspian Mainport and renamed to CM Jet 1 and CM Jet 2.|
Caspian Mainport is an Irish company mainly engaged in the servicing of the offshore oil industry. It has offices in Aktau, Kazakhstan concentrating in the oil production and exploration taking place in the Caspian ...
|This twin-engine turbo-prob is leaving Cairns International for another flight.||07/29/2008||720|
|Cool capture of a plane leaving San Diego - nice shadow||09/29/2006||502|
|A big plane leaving Paris, in duplicated image||02/16/2010||341|
|The County Ground in Southampton, England is a former cricket and football ground. It was the home of Hampshire County Cricket Club from the 1885 English cricket season until the 2000 English cricket season. The ground also served as the home ground for Southampton Football Club from 1896 to 1898.|
|Jet in flight (probably from John Wayne Airport) leaving Orange County, California and heading East.||01/11/2006||663|
|DC-6A/B heading west, after leaving Anchorage - Ted Stevens International (ANC / PANC). |
The only airlines which serves in the northern is Everts Air Cargo and Northern Air Cargo. Both have Douglas DC-6A/B and C-118A Liftmaster in service.
|Aircraft leaving Heathrow (London), over Windsor.||08/22/2005||396|