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  1. Inspired by the pictures found in the European forum (https://forum.worldofwarships.eu/topic/6872-alt_naval-and-other-never-were-pics/), I decided to play with images in photoshop and see what would come out. Cruiser Kronshtadt, preserved as a museum ship, passes through the Palace Bridge bound to repairs in... Kronshtadt! Cruiser Barroso, former USS St. Louis, preserved as a museum ship just across the Arsenal of the Brazilian Navy on the Ilha das Cobras. Battleship Bismarck, resting as a museum ship in the German marine museum in Wilhelmshafen. More will follow, as I like to dabble in photoshop so I won't forget what I've learned.