Mulberry
Remnants of the Mulberry used after D-Day to get supplies ashore. These photos were taken in 1973.
Mulberry
Mulberry
The Mulberry was designed to last only a few MONTHS, but as can be seen in the photos, much of it was still there in 1973.
Mulberry
Mulberry
Lone Mulberry out from shore.
Mulberry
Mulberry
In the background can be seen remnants of the Mulberry harbor. A great deal of information is available about the Mulberry on the Internet.
Mulberry
Mulberry
A close-up view of what one of the structures looked like. They were towed, very slowy, across the English Channel and flooded with water until they sank to the correct depth. They were constructed of concrete and steel.
Mulberry
Mulberry
View toward Arromanches. Remnants of the Mulberry can be seen in the left foreground. The D-Day museum is in the center of the photo next to the beach.
Mulberry