|This is a photo of the area just above the entrance at 109 Front Street.|
(US Flag Photo)
|This photo is of the area just to the right and down from of the photo of the "US Flag Photo" |
I understand the Ship's Telegraph is not actually from Columbus but one of of the same Class of Ship (CA)
(Bridge Area Photo)
|This photo of the area just the around the corner from the Ship's Wheel.|
The US Flag and the "Bridge Area" can bee seen on the left side.
The model of CG-12 is not a very detailed one, but shows the "significant" ratios of the ship's "macks" and superstructure to the overall size of the ship.
|This painting is just to the left of the Ship's Wheel and can be seen on the left edge of the "Bridge Area Photo".|
Information in "Captain Boyd's Srapbook leads me to think this painting may have hung in the Ship's Chaple on CG-12.
This is another photo of the painting BUT it (regretfully) got a bad "flash bulb" wash out which can be seen HERE
|This is a Flag that flew from CG-12. It is located just under the CG-12 painting.|
I believe it was one of the last to fly from her.
|A plague of the names of the Commanding Officers CA-74 was to the left of the US Flag and|
to the right of the US Flag was a plague with the names of the Commanding Officers of CG-12.
This is the CG-12 plague. (had to see any names on either)
|The Coat of Arms was on the "bulkhead of the "Bridge Area". The top of it can be seen just under the Builders Plate at the top of this page.|
I have a larger image of the same photo where you can see better details written on the Coat of Arms plate HERE.
|These are the Ship's Inclinometers.|
I wonder what was the maxumum roll or list these dispayed while at sea? ------- panic??
Will we ever know???