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HMS Queen Elizabeth, Dry dock, Rosyth, 2011

The Royal Navy's new 65,000 ton Aircraft carrier being assembled at Rosyth. Parts are being constructed at varies yards around the UK and floated on barges to Rosyth for final assembly. You can see the aft air operations bridge sitting on the dock side waiting to lifted onto the ship by the huge (Chinese) crane that was purpose built for the job. The forward bridge is already sitting on the deck.

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