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OMG they just found a WW2 bomb near where I was born

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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Sorry that was meant to be a link but it didn't happen!!
#3
I miss Plymouth.
#4
Yeah, me too, especially the Hoe.
banned 2 Likes #5
Wow what if you had been there and it had exploded we wouldn't be reading this now....WOW .....just WOW!
banned#6
yeah saw this earlier at royal parade, holding up my bus ffs!
#7
fluffykit
Yeah, me too, especially the Hoe.


Yaaars, and the Barbican.
banned#8
"In 1944 the Richard Montgomery, a vessel some 440 feet long and weighing 7,176 tons, manned with a crew of 50, plus 30 gunners, sailed from Philadelphia with a cargo of 6000 (six thousand) tons of munitions for the US Air Force. This cargo included;

13,064 general purpose 250lb bombs
9,022 cases of fragmenting bombs
7,739 semi-armour piercing bombs
1,522 cases of fuses
1,429 cases of phosphorous bombs
1,427 cases of 100lb demolition bombs
817 cases of small arms ammunition
"
This is in the middle of the Thames estuary

http://www.thesoutheastecho.co.uk/images/Richard_Montgomery.jpg

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