Washington Navy Yard

Type   Factory, Shipyard
Historical Name of Location   Washington, United States

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Charles Lindbergh prepared to disembark from Memphis at the Washington Navy Yard, Washington DC, United States upon his return from Europe after his pioneering trans-Atlantic flight, 11 Jun 1927Memphis at the Washington Navy Yard, Washington DC, United States, with Charles Lindbergh on board, upon his return from Europe after his pioneering trans-Atlantic flight, 11 Jun 1927Naval gunners practicing the overhauling of a 7-inch gun, Washington Navy Yard, Washington DC, United States, 3 Jun 1935Sailors in coppersmith class, Washington Navy Yard, Washington DC, United States, 8 Jun 1935
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Modern Day Location
WW2-Era Place Name Washington, United States
Lat/Long 38.8733, -76.9969
Washington Navy Yard Photo Gallery
Charles Lindbergh prepared to disembark from Memphis at the Washington Navy Yard, Washington DC, United States upon his return from Europe after his pioneering trans-Atlantic flight, 11 Jun 1927
See all 9 photographs of Washington Navy Yard




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