USSTexasAlthough most of the crew bunked in cramped quarters. Officers had more spacious living arrangements...USSTexasOver the years foremast and bridge underwent several changes. More space for battle structures was...USSTexas at San Jacinto, Houston.Casements for 5 inch guns were also originally built into the stern. Hinged covers were opened to...Texas Towers, so-called because of their resemblance to oil drilling platforms in the Gulf Of Mexico...Next time Murdoc’s in the area, he’ll extensively photo blog a trip to the Texas . In the water or...Launching USSTexas Battleship Here for your browsing pleasure is an historic photo of Launching USS...USSTexasNavy The US Navy Type Battleship Class New York Pennant BB 35 Built by Newport News Shipbuilding and...USSTexas August 3, 1898 at the New York Naval ShipyardHome Page Product Gaskets & Sheet Packing Seals & O-Rings Fasteners Expansion Joints High Temp Pump...By World War II the 5 inch guns were no longer positioned in the casements.Next time Murdoc’s in the area, he’ll extensively photo blog a trip to the Texas . In the water or...Edited by Destroyer History Foundation from Defense Visual Information Center photo DN-ST-85-12690....USSTexas - 1938 BB-35, gracing New York Harbor with her presence. Veteran of two wars and all...[...] read more Image info: License: pd Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image...To the left is a late 19th Century and early 20th Century Amphora-like Water Pitcher used in...To hand turn a 532 ton BB35 turret, Charles Moore has found drawing C&R# 15167, on reel 32120-01,...De USSTexasNext time Murdoc’s in the area, he’ll extensively photo blog a trip to the Texas . In the water or...Rendez-vous avec le croiseur, à propulsion nucléaire, américain USSTexas CGN-39 . (Golfe Persique -...After Pearl Harbor anti aircraft guns were placed all over the ship. Some of the placements surround...Pin It ZoomDec '43 , today . And see Steve Belanger's excellent photo tour of USSTexas on his Battleship site ...Richard Combes ‘Generator, USSTexas’After serving in World War I the USSTexas was called into action on D-Day. Seventy years after that...Email This to a Friend Rate and Comment on this Page!