Severodvinsk (English translation: "Frostbite Butt") is a lovely Russian city on the White Sea, east of the Finnish border. Average daily high temperatures there in January are 14 degrees. It is known mostly for the manufacture and repair of warships and submarines, the sort of place I enjoy snooping out on Google Earth. Click here for a large picture from the June of 2013 showing eight subs, a bunch of cruisers and stuff, and an aircraft carrier in drydock.
Subs 1 and 2 are fat-boy Typhoon Class, the biggest subs ever built. They're all out of service now. Subs 3 through 5 are long, but they're skinny. I don't think they're Deltas—I don't see the hump or the diving planes on the con tower. I'm guessing Yankee Class. If so, they're scrap metal. Subs 6 and 7 are little guys, probably fast attack subs. Are they chubby little Mikes? If so, more scrap. Sub 8 is mid-sized, and I'm tired of trying to figure out what boat is what class.
When I say the carrier is in "drydock," I really mean it's sitting in the mud. It's not going anywhere soon.
They're still building subs in Severodvinsk, but this is a scrap yard. When I zoom in, I don't see any cars or trucks near the docks. It's a mausoleum.
The picture? Oh, that's Oksana. She's from Severodvinsk and she's forty years old. She'd like to meet a "33 - 53 y.o. earnest, single-minded person from France, Kuwait, Bahrain." Google Images is amazing.