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manayunkman

Some years ago someone I know stopped at a yard sale of a Detroit fireman who had been able to take some souvenirs before the submarine USS Cero was scrapped.

 

He bought a pair of on board lights and found out about several other fireman who had Cero souvenirs.

 

Here is what he was able to find.

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manayunkman

Does anyone have a photo of any of this equipment being used on a sub? Thank you

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manayunkman

Does this look like it’s from a sub?

 

And where in the sub would the center line plaque go?

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manayunkman

If you have any information on the center line or any of the other parts please let me know or perhaps you think this story is bogus either way I promise to be happy to hear from you.

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FriarChuck

Some of those valves certainly look like ones i’ve seen on Museum ships. Have you ever visited the USS Silversides? It’s a Gato class sub in Muskegon (same class as the Cero). Maybe reach out to the museum that runs it. One of them might know where those fittings would have gone. I had several Boy Scout campouts aboard the Silversides and would highly recommend it.

 

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manayunkman

Friar thanks so much for that lead.

 

Im going to Holland this Spring to see the tulips, get some Dutch candy and swing over to Muskegon.

 

In the meantime I found some interior shots of the Silversides that I didn’t find during earlier research.

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