|GO TO PORT
if its EVENS [Heads]
MIDSHIPS to see ALL THE FILES which were removed in September 2015
for archiving. THEY ARE BACK IN THIS SECTION as of December 2016.
POST ARCHIVING REPUBLISH [mention in this file about Ganges files]
16.03.mmxviii Click in the picture below to see the Ganges Files. However the picture has a FHS [floating Hot Spot] and you need to find that and click on it before the file will open
Pre WW1 submarines on trots alongside HMS Ganges tethered in the River Stour off Shotley Gate Suffolk.
|GO TO STARBOARD
if its ODDS [Tails]
However, talking about the Navy, and this SITE is devoted to it, I couldn't help thinking about the Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli who said, quote:
"When I want to Read a book, I write one".
Profound words but think well of them as you browse this site, for it is written specifically for you AND ME, a naval audience!
.......also, why not visit another of my naval websites @ index
SEARCHING FOR INFORMATION ON MY SITE
Look below and Click on the word SEARCH in its own box [note, not in the search box]. This brings up a Message - Click OK when finished with it. A new page opens. Add your search criteria into the Google search box then Click on Search. Google will return a list of all my pages which contains your search criteria. Scroll down, changing pages if necessary, and select the appropriate page. If you cannot find what you want there, stay on THIS PAGE, and above you will see three paths Port or Starboard, Left or Right, Red or Green or White - Go to midships, inside which you will find all the contents of this web site. There you can do a manual search. For non-naval material, go back two pages [by using your BACK button] to the page showing a fluttering naval ensign. On that page, scroll to the bottom, and instead of clicking on the CLICK HERE icon, move along that line and Click on the word HERE. Good hunting.
Moreover, if you attempt to view the site with an Apple product, you are really wasting your time because gadgets like the IPhones/IPad's with its limited Browser [Safari] will not let you see these images properly, and there is little point in seeing only the text inputs!