stealthOne wouldn’t at first sight say this had much to do with the Tudors.

Of course it houses Mary Rose.  Apparently she is nearly dry now; soon the walls of her inner cell will come down, and those of us who have been waiting to see her properly for thirty years will finally be gratified.

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  1. Wow I didn’t know that – how exciting! I remember a school trip I went on to visit the Mary Rose nearly 20 years ago, and being completely captivated by the dark, glistening wood. A return visit is definitely needed. Jx

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