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Beach near Agat Cemetery
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This is a view of an old pipeline leading away from the Agat Cemetery on Guam. The pipeline leads towards the wreck of the Amtrak personnel carrier that was sunk in WWII, which is a popular dive site.
Copyright: John aylsworth
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Uploaded: 12/03/2011
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