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Los Angeles. Submarine Museum

Nefer • 3 minutes read • October 2nd, 2016
Next to the 

Queen Mary liner,

 in 

Long Beach

bay, there is the B-427 "Scorpion" submarine, project 641. This submarine was enrolled in the list of Soviet Navy ships in the early 1970s. After more than 20 years of service, the submarine was sold to Australia, and then it was bought by the Americans, who turned it into a museum. The atmosphere of those times has been preserved inside. The place is small and tight. There was no guide, so the visitors descended alone. A taped voice with a terrible accent, reproduced scenes in each compartment. 
1los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpgThis is a torpedo compartment. In case of an emergency, at a depth of up to 328 feet (100 meters), groups of three people would be evacuated from that room. The crew consisted of 78 people.
2los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg3los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpgThere were 27 beds and two shower rooms on the submarine. Only the officers had their own beds, the other members of the crew slept in turns, working in three shifts.
4los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg5los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg6los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg7los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg8los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg9los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpgThis is a lavatory.
10los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg11los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpgOn the surface of the yacht.
12los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg13los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg14los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg15los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg16los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg17los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg18los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg19los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpgThese was a pantry and store-room.
20los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg21los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg22los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg23los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg24los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg25los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg26los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg27los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpgThere was a gift shop next to the exit.
29los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg30los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg31los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg32los-angeles-submarine-museum.jpg Author: Nefer
Source: neferjournal.livejournal.com
Translated by: Zoozi

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