USS North Carolina (BB-55) at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, November 1944. [3312x2636]
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Photographic Print: The Battleship South Dakota Resting in the Ship Storage Yard with It's Guns Sealed by Sam Shere : 24x18in
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Site Of Where The Two Sisters Wrecked And Were Killed True Ghost Stories The Ghosts Of Caroleen Bridge There are ghost stories of hauntings all over North Carolina. One of the most famous is the story of the two sisters who were coming back...
USS North Carolina, 2 front turrets housing 6 16" guns. She was built to duke it out with other battleships. The base of the turret is attached to the bottom of the ship. The fire control mast is above the turrets.
16 in North Carolina class battleship USS Washington with 14 in King George V class battleship HMS Duke of York, pictured in mid 1942 whilst the former was detached to the British Home Fleet. They both sank enemy capital ships in WW2; a rare feat - Washington the Japanese Kirishima off Guadalcanal later that year and Duke of York the German Scharnhorst on Boxing Day 1943.