Two diving chambers moved to Gosport Diving Museum
Two diving chambers which helped develop the science of deep sea diving have been saved from the scrapheap by a Hampshire museum.
The pair - named "100m" and "690m" - were used by the Royal Navy to test the limits of the human body deep underwater during and after World War II.
They have been positioned outside Gosport's recently-opened Diving Museum
Archive footage courtesy of Pathe.