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    DM
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    My latest blog entry covers what I was up to this time last week, involving a D Day veteran….

    http://dtbsam.blogspot.com/2020/08/lct-7074.html

    #143205

    That’s fantastic, well done to all those involved. Lovely to see a project like this succeed. Things like this really need to be preserved to help tell the story.

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    #143221
    Jim Jackaman
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    I’ll definitely be making a trip down to Pompey to see that when it’s ready.

    #143228
    Darkest Star Games
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    Oh wow!  She has guns and all.  Brilliant!

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #143231
    DM
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    She will also have a couple of tanks embarked when she’s open, a Churchill Crocodile and a Sherman (I think it might actually be a Grizzly), the two that were originally outside the D Day Story museum

     

    #143235
    McKinstry
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    Congratulations to all involved. It is really nice to see preservation efforts such as this done so well.

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    #143242
    Oh no….
    Participant

    Good old “Clubship Landfall”! They done a fantastic job getting her back to her original trim.

    #143266
    deephorse
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    So the museum is in Southsea?  I’ve not been back there since shortly after I was born.  In the Royal Naval Maternity Home of all places!

    Trust science, not the scientists.

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