Good view of a Rhino barge as crews drill in English waters prior to the Normandy invasion, May 1944. Rhino barges were an assembly of 180 welded 5x7x5 foot steel boxes powered by 2 outboard motors of 143 hp each.

Caption   Good view of a Rhino barge as crews drill in English waters prior to the Normandy invasion, May 1944. Rhino barges were an assembly of 180 welded 5x7x5 foot steel boxes powered by 2 outboard motors of 143 hp each. ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 1 Sep 2016

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