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At that time it was customary to carry Convicts down to the dockyards by stage-coach.
All dockyards and arsenals safe, principal public buildings untouched.
And the two rogues will in France make merry with our money, with the money for our vessels, our arsenals, and our dockyards, which they have sold to Louis XIV.
Following the spread of the secret, sprang up great activity in all the dockyards, arsenals, and navy-yards.
Islamabad -- Defense Minister, Khawaja Asif on Friday claimed that nine accused involved in Karachi Dockyard attack have been arrested while two key accused are still at large.
KARACHI -- The son of high police official has been found involved in the failed attack on PNS dockyard in Karachi last Saturday, which the banned militants outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claims was its job with the help of insiders" in the naval force.
AN investigation is under way after a Royal Navy warship accidentally fired a torpedo into a dockyard wharf.
HMS Argyll was on a training exercise at Devonport dockyard when the torpedo was "jettisoned unexpectedly".
Entrance to the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard to see the Mary Rose Museum ?
MUMBAy (CyHAN)- A major fire broke out in an Indian Navy submarine at Naval dockyard in Mumbai early on Wednesday.
Srinagar, June 6 ( ANI ): Houseboat owners heaved a sigh of relief with the construction of first dockyard by the state government on the bank of the Dal Lake in Srinagar.
As part of a new joint venture with painting, scaffolding and containment systems partner Pyeroy, OCS delivers vital services which enable Devonport Dockyard in Plymouth to support the Royal Navy 365 days a year.
BIRKENHEAD'S Cammell Laird shipyard could be hit as part of the knock-on effect of any decision to close the historic Portsmouth dockyard.
The fore topgallant yard and fore topsail yards have already been removed from the ship, which is based at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Hampshire.
The dockyard is also home to Victorian battleship the HMS Warrior and the remains of the Mary Rose, the Tudor warship that was plucked from the bed of the Solent in 1982.
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