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Hawaii, Honolulu, USS Bowfin Parkway & Museum, Point
Hawaii

Missile, propeller, and great view of USS Bowfin Submarine and Admiral Bernard Chick Clarey Bridge (Ford Island Bridge). Didn't take a tour of the submarine, would like to get photograph from it!

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Uploaded: 23/06/2011
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Tags: hawaii; honolulu; pearl harbor; attractions; parks; museum
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