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Trinidad, Washington

BNSF 6762 Burlington Northern Santa Fe GE at Trinidad, Washington. This is called the Horseshoe. You can see the end of your train from this spot to the right. Train is about to go into a tunnel.

The West Loch Disaster was an American maritime accident during World War II at the Pearl Harbor U.S. Naval Base in Hawaii. The incident, which occurred just after 3pm on Sunday 21 May 1944, began following an explosion in a staging area for Landing Ships, Tank (LSTs) and other amphibious assault ships in West Loch. Over the next 24 hours, six LSTs sank, 163 naval personnel died and 396 were injured.

On 21 May 1944 during preparations for the invasion of Saipan, an accidental ordnance blast on LST 353 set off cataclysmic ammunition explosions at West Loch, Pearl Harbor, killing 163 and injuring Six tank landing ships (LST LST LST

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The American Continental 32-gun frigate "Randolph"   at Charleston, South Carolina, August 1777.  Artist: Derek Gardner  #tallships

The American Continental frigate "Randolph" at Charleston, South Carolina, August Artist: Derek Gardner