The designs of the original interiors of the Estonian submarines Lembit and Kalev have been discovered in a UK archive. Two weeks ago, after having been on the lookout for years without much success, the Estonian Maritime Museum finally acquired more than two hundred original designs of the Lembit which will now be used to restore the interior of the pre-war submarine.
The Lembit has been deemed the world's oldest submarine still afloat. Later this year, it will be turned into a land-based museum exhibit, reported ETV.
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Museum Discovers Original Designs of the Lembit in UK