The Los Angeles Maritime Museum exhibits the maritime history of the South Bay of California.
A ship propeller from the USS Camberra, the only ship to be named after a city not in the United States, is in front of museum grounds.
The museum also has a replica of the Queen Mary ship that was utilized during World War II.
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