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HMS Queen Elizabeth construction, Portsmouth
England

The future aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth is being constructed in modules at various shipyards around the UK. The so-called lower block 2 modules that will form part of the 65,000 gt ship's hull are being built at Portsmouth.

Courtesy BAE Systems.

Copyright: Gary Davies
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Taken: 02/02/2012
送信日: 02/02/2012
更新日: 20/08/2014
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Tags: hms queen elizabeth; qec; aircraft carrier; warship; construction; modules; royal navy
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