Today (24th August 2020) D-Day survivor LCT 7074 has finally made the impressive journey from Portsmouth Naval Base to her new home on Southsea where she will be the newest addition to the D-Day Story museum. The move, in an echo of D-Day itself, experienced a series of delays with the first attempt aborted the previous night due to high winds. However, improved conditions enabled her to land at Southsea Beach at 3.50am. This one-of-a-kind ship is the last surviving example of 800 tank carrying landing craft that served at D-Day. She has now been restored to her former glory in a joint collaboration by the National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) and Portsmouth City Council alongside a £4.7million grant provided by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.