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    Default Ps ryde queen (almost gone)


    These are some recent photos of the PS Ryde paddle steamer half way threw being scraped i took these photos with a friend as a little dare to go onboard as we thought it might be haunted but since i have developed a facination with old shipwrecks and derilict buildings these arnt the best of pictures im not a proffesional but hope you like them :)

    PS RYDE




    Fan still moving


    The engine room


    One of the holes in the roof of the ship engine room in the background


    Rusty hole looking out to an even bigger hole where the smoke stack was once placed


    Looking Back


    Corridor From the entrance roof access to the right


    Doors in need of a good paint job


    Lower deck at the bow fancy a swim ?




    This looks safe


    Collapsed Funnel


    Inside collapsed funnel looking onto the ship


    The engine room once again with the paddle on the right




    More to come :)

    Last edited by RichardB; 9th Apr 10 at 05:33. Reason: Fixed tags

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    I've fixed your pictures for you. HTML doesn't work on this forum. you have to use the IMG Code option on Photobucket. :)
    Full of underground surprises

    My Flickr

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    Nice shots, shame to see it going that way after having been such a fine looking boat.

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    nice pics, but it breaks my heart to see such a boat in such a state.

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