From the Line Locker 11
A line locker, in my experience, is the place on a boat where all manner of miscellaneous line and rope is kept. Its like the junk drawer in your house. I havent used this title in over three years, but when I get behind and have a set of unrelated fotos, it seems a needed catergory.
So . . . sinceyesterdays post had a foto of Indy 7, which Harold Tartells wonderfully detailed in a comment, I went back to fotos from two years ago that Ive never posted. Behold the stern of Indy 7s mother ship, Brooklyn Navy Yards own CV-62, USS Independence, which as of two years ago still
languished in Bremerton, WA, next to another Brooklyn vessel, USS Constellation, the last carrier built anywhere other than Norfolk. Indy 7 . . . behold your mother.
The next three fotos come from John Watson. Heres... [via Tugster]