Unveiling of the Mary Rose in Portsmouth
Henry VIII's flagship's the Mary Rose can now be seen in all its glory after a £5.4m museum revamp.
The tudor warship has undergone 34 years of conservation since it was raised from the Solent in 1982.
Small viewing panels have been replaced with floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony entered through an airlock, at the purpose-built museum in Portsmouth.
Duncan Kennedy watched the moment the ship was unveiled.
19 Jul 2016