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Windows 7: Google Street View 50-year old Royal Navy submarine HMS Ocelot

05 Nov 2013   #1
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Google Street View 50-year old Royal Navy submarine HMS Ocelot

HMS Ocelot

You can click to move the view, rotate, etc. Just like any google maps view. Very cool.

Historic Naval Ships Visitors Guide - HMS Ocelot

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08 Nov 2013   #2
rvcjew

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saw that last week its is really cool.
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