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Where the world's ships go to die

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Styru, May 27, 2012.

  1. Styru

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    Where the world's ships go to die

    Not a new story - but a nice, short, new video from BBC News.
     

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    That's pretty incredible...
     
  3. kevsy21

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    Good link,quite an incredible sight the ship breakers in India.Some good views to be seen of them on Google earth too.
     
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    Wouldn't mind a mooch around there.

    Sounds like they're all over their health and safety and environmental policies.
     
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