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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by TBO, Mar 9, 2012.
All over this one. Be there, anniversary of the sinking.
Where's the other half? Googling the crap out of it and I can't find any pictures of the other half.
Global warming would have prevented this.
Very kool. Will be watching that show
They got it done just before the sea reclaims her. Another 10 years there will be hardly nothing left.
still a little creepy. weird. did not expect that.
OH, the link has some links to four pictures, the first one is the other half of the ship.
Saw this in The New York Times this morining. Apparently, is shows that the stern section "helicoptered" in rather than going straight down like the bow section. Fascinating stuff.
BTW, waiting to hear how Peace Warrior will claim the ship was blown up on the surface and the stern section is flattened due to det charges... HH
I wonder if they will do something cool at the Titanic museum in Pigeon Forge, that is really sort of a neat place if you ever get the chance to go.
Such a fascinating piece of our history that just never seems to lose interest for me.
I was drinking coffee just when I read this. Now its up my nose. Thanks
Some nice pics here.
I can't get Fox to work right with my browser.
These may or may not be the same.
I hope they do. That's just about 30 miles up the road from me and I still haven't gone to it yet.
I read an article a number of years ago about a metallurgic
problem with the steel when the ship was constructed.
Sorry no link..Such a tragedy that gets more interesting
as the years go by.
Those are awesome pics, Jason thanks for posting
There were also some bad rivets, Rick
Far more interesting than most GnG threads, that's for sure!
what's his face working with national geographic mapped the site years and years ago, yeah?... forgot ole dude's name