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Old 23-09-2010, 18:41
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Hello Mustang.

This might help.
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Old 30-09-2010, 14:36
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Steve, Gary

Thanx for the cross sections, it helps with my task. Does any one have any technical info that isn't a copy and paste job from wikipedia
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Old 04-11-2011, 10:17
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The Russian submarine "AKULA" (Shark) the first really useful Russian built submarine under construction at St.Petersburg in 1908.Her designer,Naval Constructor Bubanov,proudly poses in front of her.This was the First Home buit submarine capable of long distance passage.In 1912 she was the first submarine in the World to fire a multi-torpedo volley of five torpedoes.During the First World War,she completed 16 unsuccessful patrols in the Baltic.She was sunk by a mine,with all hands on her 17th patrol
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Here is a picture of AKULA taken in 1911 according to the blurb sent with it from the Novosti Press Agency. Also a picture (undated) of YORSH from the same source.

1. AKULA - 1911

2. YORSH

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Old 09-01-2012, 08:47
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Something we cold war warriors thought we would never see - the interior of a Akula/Typhoon ...
http://englishrussia.com/2009/04/14/...est-submarine/

Going by the caption under the first photo, these must be TK-17 Arkhangelsk and TH-20 Severstal. Neither looks in any condition to go to sea, which discounts the third survivor of the class, TK-208 Dmitri Donskoi. TK-208 has as recently as October 2010 conducted missile firing tests.

According to Wikipedia TK17 and TK20 remain in commission, which is evident from the flags being flown and from the obvious presence of at least a skeleton crew on board. It appears though that they may recently (since these photos were taken) have been decommissioned.

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Old 14-05-2012, 16:07
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Last April I visited Saint-Petersburg port and made a photo of this D-2 sub from WW-II.
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Apologies if this one is already listed on the site - currently sitting just down river of Rochester (Kent, UK) Bridge. The Russian Hunter Killer built in 1967.

After a spell as a tourist attraction in London she has sat on the River Medway for at least 7 or 8 years - she is very popular with film crews despite her outward appearance and is currently being used to film a British Flick about a floating hotel off Margate in 1950s Apocolyptic Britain (apologies if spelling letting me down there).

Would love to get onboard with my camera ...........

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Old 04-06-2013, 19:14
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Apologies if this one is already listed on the site - currently sitting just down river of Rochester (Kent, UK) Bridge. The Russian Hunter Killer built in 1967.

After a spell as a tourist attraction in London she has sat on the River Medway for at least 7 or 8 years - she is very popular with film crews despite her outward appearance and is currently being used to film a British Flick about a floating hotel off Margate in 1950s Apocolyptic Britain (apologies if spelling letting me down there).

Would love to get onboard with my camera ...........

Danny
A rather sad-looking "Foxtrot" Class (Project 641) boat ... one of the few survivors of the 74-strong class which formed the backbone of the Soviet Navy's conventional submarine force in the 1960s/1970s.
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The above two posts have been moved here from the Special Warship Pictures Thread.
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Old 08-06-2013, 00:17
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Apologies if this one is already listed on the site - currently sitting just down river of Rochester (Kent, UK) Bridge. The Russian Hunter Killer built in 1967.

After a spell as a tourist attraction in London she has sat on the River Medway for at least 7 or 8 years - she is very popular with film crews despite her outward appearance and is currently being used to film a British Flick about a floating hotel off Margate in 1950s Apocolyptic Britain (apologies if spelling letting me down there).

Would love to get onboard with my camera ...........

Danny
Danny, My brother and I visited the boat when it was parked in London. It took us some time to find it but worth the visit. I think that the owners missed out on a good earner with this one. They did not have any guides on the boat; when you paid your money it was a case of people wandering through the boat wondering what they were looking at. The average time for a complete tour of the boat was about ten minutes; my brother and I took about two hours. The tour started in the fwd torpedo compartment and you worked your way aft. I was explaining something to my brother about the torpedo tubes and noticed that we were blocking the way for people to get through, I offered to move aside but they said that it was ok. They followed us all the way through the boat. I will look out the photographs that I took and post them.

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Old 22-08-2014, 08:44
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English Russia has recently posted some interesting photos of early 20th century boats, including some 'Holland's and the Russian designed 'Delfin' (Dolphin), which was launched in 1902.

http://englishrussia.com/2014/08/18/...ly-xx-century/
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Inside the conning tower of a Foxtrot sub https://youtu.be/9Dj2Z3-p5Vw
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