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May 11, remote controlled transporters with hundreds of wheels moved into positon to get the 6,000 tonne section onto the sea-going barge

May 11, remote controlled transporters with hundreds of wheels moved into positon to get the 6,000 tonne section onto the sea-going barge

Moving the forward island May 25, 2012 With the island in place at the north end of the hall, scaffolding will be re-erected and work will continue.

Moving the forward island May 25, 2012 With the island in place at the north end of the hall, scaffolding will be re-erected and work will continue.

Remote controlled vehicles used to move LB02

Remote controlled vehicles used to move LB02

Lifting the diesel generator sets into place on HMS Prince of Wales, Portsmouth, October 2012 by QEClassCarriers, via Flickr

Lifting the diesel generator sets into place on HMS Prince of Wales, Portsmouth, October 2012 by QEClassCarriers, via Flickr

LB04 loaded onto the barge by QEClassCarriers, via Flickr

LB04 loaded onto the barge by QEClassCarriers, via Flickr

Lifting the diesel generator sets into place on HMS Prince of Wales, Portsmouth, October 2012 by QEClassCarriers, via Flickr

Lifting the diesel generator sets into place on HMS Prince of Wales, Portsmouth, October 2012 by QEClassCarriers, via Flickr

Another sponson section by QEClassCarriers, via Flickr

Another sponson section by QEClassCarriers, via Flickr

The first of the UK's two new aircraft carriers - The Queen Elizabeth - takes shape at Rosyth. The ship, which will have a displacement of 65,000 tons, is the largest warship ever to be built in the UK. She is so big that she is being built in blocks at dockyards around Britain and then assembled in dry dock in Rosyth. Two ships of the class are being built - the Queen Elizabeth and the Prince of Wales

Super carrier: Britain's largest warships take shape

The first of the UK's two new aircraft carriers - The Queen Elizabeth - takes shape at Rosyth. The ship, which will have a displacement of 65,000 tons, is the largest warship ever to be built in the UK. She is so big that she is being built in blocks at dockyards around Britain and then assembled in dry dock in Rosyth. Two ships of the class are being built - the Queen Elizabeth and the Prince of Wales

Preparing Lower Block 02 (LB02) for the journey from Portsmouth to Rosyth

Preparing Lower Block 02 (LB02) for the journey from Portsmouth to Rosyth

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