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Porthmouth Naval Yard
USA

You are looking at Portmouth Harbor from Four Tree Island. From here you can see the portmouth Naval Yard a major prouducer of Submarines in World War Two. Today the yard Overhauls and Repairs Los Angeles Class Submarines.

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Uploaded: 13/01/2013
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