Everyone needs to see the insides at least once of our modern nuclear silent warships. You will come away with a new appreciation for those of us that lived weeks and months on them submerged providing intelligence for the modern military leadership.
Devonport naval base will throw open its doors this Sunday from 10am to 5pm and on May 26 during the same hours.
Commodore Graeme Little, the commanding officer of the base, has agreed to the base being opened to the public in support of Plymouth’s History Festival.
The days are being run by Friend and Volunteers of Devonport Naval Heritage Centre.
As well as having a tour of a decommissioned submarine, HMS Courageous, the public can also visit the model ship gallery, take a look at the ships figureheads, visit the police museum, look around Gilroy House (the former home of the senior police officer) and enjoy fascinating talks throughout the day.
One of the talks will be given by Peter Holt form the SHIPS (Shipwrecks and History In Plymouth…
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