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|1. 16 Destroyer, 1100 -1300 ts.|
1a. Destroyer "Broke"-Class, 1480 ts.
2. Minesweeper, 830 ts.
2a. Minesweeper, 710 ts.
3. Heavy cruiser "York", 175 m long, 17,4 m beam, 8250 ts.
4. Guardboat "Kingsfisher"-Class, 510 - 530 ts.
5. Light Cruiser "Emerald", 7500 ts.
6. Light Cruiser "D"-Class, 4850 ts.
7. Light Cruiser "Calypso"-Cla...
|Murmansk (Russian: Мурманск) was a light cruiser project no. 68-bis (Sverdlov class based on a NATO classification) of the Soviet and later the Russian Navy's Northern Fleet.|
She was laid down in Severodvinsk in 1953 and commissioned on 22 September 1955. In 1994 she was sold to India for scrapping but ran aground off Norway at Sørv...
|A reconnaissance picture of the German heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen during "Operation Rheinuebung" in Kalvanes Bay. The picture was made by Lieutenant Michael Suckling (RAF) on 21st May 1941 at 13:15 from an altitude of 26,200 ft.||08/10/2005||1,366|
|Laid down 1979, launched 1983, commissioned 1989|
Russian cruiser Varyag (Varangian), (ex-Chervona Ukraina), is the third ship of the Slava class of guided missile cruisers built for the Soviet Navy now serving the Russian Navy.
Chervona Ukraina ("Red Ukraine") was laid down in 1979 at 61 Kommunara Shipbuilding Plant (Shipyard 445) in Mykolaiv, was launched in July ...
|The Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov (originally named Tbilisi) is an aircraft carrier (heavy aircraft carrying cruiser (TAVKR) in Russian classification) serving as the flagship of the Russian Navy. She was originally commissioned in the Soviet Navy, and was intended to be the lead ship of the Kuznetsov class (also known as Project 1143.5, the Riga class, or the Brezhnev class) but th...||08/28/2006||1,437|
|Seydlitz was a heavy cruiser of the German navy, fourth in the Hipper class, but was never completed. The keel was laid on 29 December 1936 at DeSchiMAG shipyards in Bremen, Germany, and the ship was launched on 19 January 1939. At the outbreak of World War II the cruiser was only two thirds completed. The Soviet Union sought to buy her, along with her also unfinished sister Lützow, but the req...||09/23/2008||779|
2. Seagoing s/ms
4. Hipper class cruiser
5. K class cruiser
6. 3 Oceangoing s/ms
7. Cruiser Minelayers
8. Torpedo Boats
9. 3 seagoing s/ms
10. Sail Training Ship
11. Destroyer under repair
12. Tanker 570'
13. Tanker 570'
14. Liner 500'
15. Tanker 400'
|The following ships can be identify on the photo: |
Two Amagi-Katsuragi class carrier, one Ise class battleship and one Aoba class heavy cruiser.
|At the entrance to Eden Camp a Spitfire can be found.|
Other items at the museum are:
Spitfire Mk. IX
Russian T-34/85 Medium Tank
40mm Bofors Anti-Aircraft Gun
White M16 Half Track
Leyland Hippo Mk. II
German sFH 18 150mm Howitzer
Schutzenpanzerwagen SdKfz 251
British 3.7 inch ...
|USS Long Beach (CLGN-160/CGN-160/CGN-9) was a nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser in the United States Navy. She was the only ship of her class.|
Long Beach was the first "all-new" cruiser designed and constructed after World War II (all others were completions or conversions of cruisers begun or completed during the war).[disputed – discuss] She was ...
|In the former Soviet Union/Russia, 247 nuclear submarines and five nuclear-powered surface ships were built in the period from 1955 to 1996. In addition, a nuclear reactor which can be installed in diesel powered submarines was also built. Nuclear powered naval vessels are in service with the Northern Fleet (2/3) and with the Pacific Fleet (1/3), but have never been assigned to either of the ot...||05/20/2006||1,487|
|USS Long Beach (CLGN-160/CGN-160/CGN-9) was a guided missile cruiser in the United States Navy. She was the only ship of her class. |
Long Beach was the first "all-new" cruiser designed and constructed after World War II (all others were completions or conversions of cruisers begun or completed during the war). She was the third Navy ship named after the city of Long Beach, Califo...