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FS La Galissonniere D638, FS Colbert C611, FS Duperre D633

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Photographer:brunoh [View profile]Title:FS La Galissonniere D638, FS Colbert C611, FS Duperre D633Added:Aug 08, 2008
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These three old navy ships are laid up in a river close to Brest, in Landévennec.
Colbert, center, cruiser, built 1957, laid up 1991; museum in Bordeaux until 2007
Duperré, (on the left)destroyer, built 1957, laid up 1992
La Galissonniere, (on the right), destroyer, built 1962, laid up 1990
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Edward S. Renouard, III on May 24, 2008 22:49 (10 years ago)
Thank you, Bruno! Any excuse to see a type 47 destroyer and a Narval class sub!. Nantes looks pretty close to where I want to go when I go to France. There is a town in Normandie called le Renouard(where my family is from!). All the history all over the country(and all of europe in general, have you seen the pics of the cruiser Mikhail Kutuzov in russia?) is amazing. I'm sure i'll need all the info i can get! Again, thanks!

Edward Renouard, III
brunoh on May 24, 2008 15:15 (10 years ago)
You are right, nowadays preserving old ships is not a high priority!
The Landévennec site is close to Brest, it is worth having a look at if you are nearby!
If you want to visit a destroyer, built in the fifties, you can come to Nantes and to the "Maille Breze", open every day from 2pm, you can visit inside (wheelhouse, boiler room, turbines...): http://www.maillebreze.com
Also in the area, in St Nazaire, a submarine built right after WWII, the "Espadon" can be visited in a part of the old submarine base built by the Germans.
Feel free to ask me for information!
Bruno
Edward S. Renouard, III on May 24, 2008 14:10 (10 years ago)
It's terrible to see the Colbert like this! I was really looking foreward to seeing her when I go to France. The Europeans are having quite a bit of difficulty maintaining maritime monuments. Very sad. Great pic, though!
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