Transatlantic cable laying
|Caption||Transatlantic telephone cable laying. Pisces II - a cutaway view of the mini submarine which can operate for eight to ten hours at a time, and at a maximum depth of 3,500 feet. Bottom: Laying the first cable across the English Channel in 1851. Original artwork for illustrations on p13 of L&L no.604 (11 August 1973).|
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|Keywords||mini submarine submarine Vickers Pisces II ship cross-Channel cable telegraph communications diving vessel sea transatlantic telephone cable|
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