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NickMyers, Nov 17, 2014
    • CURT
      The Southy and the HMS Cumberland. Circa 2005.These 2 ships saw action albeit not quite successfully but action nevertheless.
    • Bob Pottle
      I started to build the Cumberland as Suffolk, modifying the aft deck of one of my County Class hulls around 1999. With Canarias being built simultaneously from another County Class hull I decided I didn't need Suffolk and sold it partly finished: fiberglass deck with molded hatch openings, propshafts, motors, pump and armour installed.

      A few years later it returned to NABS still incomplete and Brechin Piper, then a teen, bought it. I helped him and his dad get it combat ready. It resides in Halifax at his father's home. It was one of 2 NABS County Class cruisers, the other being Rob Clark's Aussie version.
    • CURT
      The South Carolina sunk Tom's Nagato just as it too was sinking from hits by the Nagato. That one still still stings with Tom even to this day.
    • Bob Pottle
      @CURT
      Do you remember another infamous sink involving Tom's Nagato? As it went under a BB cannon barrel was solidly jammed onto the HMS Nelson's deck and Nelson (also near sinking) was dragged under.
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