Southampton Shipyard

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The Station was destroyed by Bretonia. The commanding Officer of Battleship York issued both the evacuation and demolition order of the Shipyard in 4.91. For more information: Southampton Wreck

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Southampton Shipyard
Winchester class Shipyard
Southampton Shipyard.jpg
Owner
BMM Logo.png Bretonia Mining and Manufacturing
Location
3D, New London
Technical Data
Gravity Partial
Docking bays Yes
Amenities Yes
Population 1,290

The Southampton Shipyards are a massive assemblage of floating steel where most of the Bretonian naval fleet is constructed. The yard is organized around an enormous structure known by most employees as "The Bridge." The Bridge is a well recognized object of pride for most Bretonians, symbolizing the brilliance and dedication of the Bretonian people. Though Southampton is largely controlled by Bretonia Mining and Manufacturing (BMM) and the Bretonia Armed Forces, it is frequented by almost anybody who has business in New London space.

In 825 A.S. the Gallic Royal Navy, after gathering its collective strength, launched a spearhead into the New London system from their power base in Leeds, creating a tenuous foothold within the Southampton Debris Field.

The close proximity of the Gallic beachhead now directly threatens what has become the beating heart of the Bretonian war effort, Southampton Shipyard. This has prompted the Bretonian Armed Forces to station two Crecy class destroyers to protect the vital station from GRN assaults. In addition to the reinforcing capital ships, security in the area has been doubled and regular patrols are conducted to ensure any move against the shipyard is known well in advance.


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