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Old 03-26-2009, 10:41 PM
 
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Pete, thats a great set of photos! In browsing through them I note that in some of the earlier pics the pilothouse roof looks a little lower than in others. Maybe they raised it at some point, or perhaps re-built the whole thing.

I wonder if there were ever any movies taken of the old Mount? I've also always wondered if any parts of the wreck, particularly the metal engine parts, were ever saved for posterity.
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