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Not 1944! by oulgundog

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Bangor Marina, Bangor Co Down thriving seaside town with the largest boating marina in Ireland. A far cry from the days of WW2 when the ships and boats for the D-Day landings were gathered here..

From Belfast Lough to Normandy on D-Day

A list of some of the Allied Ships which gathered in Belfast Lough prior to departing for the Allied Invasion of Occupied Europe on 6th June 1944.

They included:-

HMS Hawkins cruiser

HMS Glasgow cruiser

HMS Black Prince cruiser

HMS Enterprise cruiser

HMS Bellona cruiser

HMS Camponia

HMS Empire McAndrew

HMS Erebus monitor

USS Arkansas battleship

USS Texas battleship

USS Nevada battleship

USS Quincy cruiser

USS Tuscaloosa cruiser

USS Baldwin destroyer

USS Saterlee destroyer

USS Jeffers destroyer

USS Gherardi destroyer

USS Glennon destroyer

USS Plunkett destroyer

USS Amesbury destroyer

USS Blessman destroyer

USS Butler destroyer

USS Herndon destroyer

USS Schubrick destroyer

USS Murphy destroyer

Montcalm cruiser

Georges Leygues cruiser

Soemba gunboat



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  • artwhiz47
    artwhiz47over 4 years ago

    Definitely not! Great shot of this flotilla.

  • Thank you Sheila.

    – oulgundog

    SNAPPYDAVEover 4 years ago

    interesting history i didnt know that

  • Yep Belfast Lough would have been full of the warships ready to sail down to Normandy. Esinhower made a visit to survey the scene as well.

    – oulgundog

    SNAPPYDAVEover 4 years ago


  • Guendalyn
    Guendalynover 2 years ago

    magnific work !!!!!! wow wow wow!!!!!

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