USS Dortch (670) and USS Gatling (671) at launching June 20, 1943. My father served on the Dortch during Korea.
“Here lies at rest one who served his country well” Allegheny Cemetery, up on a hill obscured by vegetation. That is a real anchor.
Turbine Steam Ship MANXMAN at Pallion Shipyard, Sunderland, 2010 / launched in 1955 from the Cammell Laird shipyard, Birkenhead / served the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, retired in 1982, scrapped in 2012. [1024×683]
Dinner is Served
The US Navy Raumboote “USN 148” being lifted by the boat repair crane “Langer Heinrich” at the Ship Repair Department, Bremerhaven, 1953. Built in 1942 as R99 for the Kriegsmarine, between 1945 and 1947 she served with the German Minesweeping Administration as “Algol”. [1140 x 760]
Diver excavates a large statue from the sunken city of Thonis-Heracleion, a port city known by both its Egyptian and Greek names. Before the founding of Alexandria, it served as one of the chief ports in Egypt. Probably founded around the 8th century BC, the city sunk in 8th c AD [1600×1200]
The “American Victory” served as a tanker in WWII and now lies in long term storage in Superior, Wisconsin. [OC] [4000X3000]
Rail cars at the Yanov Rail Station that served Pripyat and Chernobyl, Ukraine [900×553]
This couple keeping it honest and real. They served bread and butter instead of wedding cake, as it was all they could afford.
From 1887 to 1913 this incredible Telephone Tower served as one of the main telephone junctions in Stockholm, Sweden. About 5000 telephone lines were connected here
[Homemade] Spooky striped ravioli! Served with white wine browned butter sauce infused with sage and rosemary. Inspired by Tim Burton’s aesthetic
Chilean battleship ‘Almirante Latorre’ in drydock. She served in the Grand Fleet as HMS Canada for the duration of WWI and saw action during the Battle of Jutland. Date and location unknown. [636 × 979]
[I ate] Thai milk tea soft serve ice cream, served with crushed honey cereal flakes in a four ounce cup. [OC] [1152×2048]
U.S. Penitentiary launch WARDEN JOHNSTON built on McNeil Island, Washington, 1945. Provided the primary transport to Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary from 1945 to 1961. She then served as a training vessel for the Sea Scouts for another 35 years. Double-planked Douglas fir. [1280×1024]
The Gated Tomb – Bukit Brown Cemetery – The gate originally was walled and served the Tomb directly behind in the picture [OC]
Rustic Pear & Amaretto Pie [1080 x 1080] prepped, baked, and served in a Panibois
Dinner for one is served! (First time making home made onion rings, too!)
Grave of an ancestor in my Massachusetts hometown, who served in the Rev War and died in 1783. I took on the task of fixing it up a few years back [4032×3024][OC]
[OC] Cast Iron Grilled Chicken Thigh w/ Onions, Jalapenos, Mozzarella Cheese, Mayonnaise, Hot English Mustard all served on an Everything Bagel
Montgomery-class unprotected cruiser USS Marblehead (C-11) in dry dock at Mare Island, CA, circa early 1900s. Marblehead served in the Spanish–American War, World War I, and was the last ship of her class in service. [1006 × 1280]
Served an amazing meal last night!Complete cannabis infused steak and lobster, carrorts vichy, mashed potatoes with rosemary, thyme, heavy cream, black peppercorn, canna butter and the full meal was seasoned with black lava salt. That is probably the most concentrated butter you will ever see.