A real stand-out with LCT 7074 for ‘D-Day Story is, well, the way she stands out! The strikingly beautiful structure sheltering the ship is visible all around and along the front at Southsea, its wave-form white roof beckoning visitors. You can guess with a fair degree of likelihood that the first reaction of most who come to Southsea and spot the canopy from afar must be “What on earth…?” More than that, the LCT is there to see and walk round 360⁰, every day and night, rain or shine. She’s open to visitors during museum hours – but always there to bear witness. “Let me speak proudly” says the King before Agincourt, in Shakespeare’s ‘Henry V’. “We are but warriors for the working day.” So, too, was LCT 7074; and the story of her working day continues at ‘D-Day Story’.