Can you tell what it is yet? The biggest and most powerful Royal Navy warship starts to take shape
It's a sight that will strike fear into the heart of her enemies.
Towering among the grey clouds, HMS Queen Elizabeth cuts a intimidating figure as she comes one step closer to being let loose on the seas.
Two massive sections of the 'largest and most powerful Royal Navy warship' ever built were joined together today as Britain continues its tradition of naval prowess.
Workers took 90 minutes to move a 4,087-tonne section of the aircraft carrier's hull 328ft (100m) using 132 remote-controlled transporters. They then joined it to another section of the ship at BAE Systems’ Govan Shipyard in Glasgow.
Engineers will now spend the next week ensuring that the sections are perfectly aligned before welding them together into a 263ft (80m) long, 11,500-tonne section.
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