Foxtrot U475 Hunter Killer Submarine

The forward torpedo room on U475, the "Black Widow", an ex-Russian hunter-killer submarine, currently moored in the Medway at Rochester. The sub was built in 1967 and retired from active service in 1994. She carried a crew of 77 and was armed with 22 torpedoes including 2 with nuclear warheads.

The submarine lists to one side - the apparent tilt in the image is not a fault with the panorama. It is not currently open to the public.

Copyright: Noel Jenkins
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10644x5322
Uploaded: 05/07/2010
Updated: 25/09/2014


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