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The Wreckage Of The Soviet Battlecruiser Murmansk (9 pics)

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The Murmansk was once a great ship but now, sadly, it's nothing more than rubble.

1 The Wreckage Of The Soviet Battlecruiser Murmansk (9 pics)


2 The Wreckage Of The Soviet Battlecruiser Murmansk (9 pics)


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№1 Author: Slugsie (19 Sep 2014 02:23) Total user comments: 1573


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Looks nothing like rubble to me. I suggest AC buys a dictionary at some point.
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№2 Author: Ben2017 (19 Sep 2014 09:43) Total user comments: 2043


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wow good work with the earth dam
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№3 Author: Vlad Tepes (19 Sep 2014 14:14) Total user comments: 0


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It wasn't a battlecruiser, but just a light cruiser - much, much smaller and weaker. Battlecruisers used to have displacement around 30k tons and up to 381 mm main guns. Murmansk had 13,4k tons and 152 mm main armament.
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№4 Author: Tomaz86 (19 Sep 2014 16:08) Total user comments: 10834


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Will continue there?
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№5 Author: Phynix4 (20 Sep 2014 00:14) Total user comments: 5461


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now there are floating drydocks that can be pulled in to lift the hull up out of the water then floated/towed to a major port for salvage. If it can be done with aircraft carriers, it can be down to an old battle cruiser.
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№6 Author: Aindy (20 Sep 2014 10:03) Total user comments: 2863


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Phynix4,
They said it couldnt be refloated. Im sure they had a team of divers have a look at it to see whether it could be done. And its not like theyre leaving it rust, its just a different method.
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