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Source: Transferred from w:Image:CSS Texas plan.jpg Machinery arrangement plan, including cross-section through the boiler area, of the unfinished CSS Texas. From the US Naval Historical Center thanks to the US National Archives.

English: CSS Texas, a twin-screw ironclad ram of the Confederate Navy. She was sister ship to CSS Columbia. Her keel was laid down at Richmond, Virginia. She was launched in January 1865.
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  • 01:27, 16 September 2004 . . Morven (Talk | contribs | block) . . 1200x860 (198,287 bytes) (Cross section of the unfinished CSS Texas.)

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