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The aft hatch seen from astern. The curvature of the hull can be seen, as can the thick flange attaching the hatch coaming to the hull and the seal between the hatch and the coaming. The scale bar is 1 foot from end to end. (Photo property of the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.)


One pair of deadlights. There were 5 pairs of these glass ports placed on 2-foot centers along the upper surface of the hull. The yellow line runs along the approximate centerline of the hull. The scale is in inches. (Photo property of the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.)


The air box and port snorkel, the remains of which can be seen protruding in the lower part of the photo. The scale is in inches. (Photo property of the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.)


Port side of aft hatch. The viewport (center) and hatch cover hinge (left) are visible. The scale is one foot. (Photo property of the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.)

 


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