USS Cambridge (CA-126)

USS "Cambridge" (CA-126) was to be an "Oregon City"-class heavy cruiser in the United States Navy. She was named for the city of Cambridge in Massachusetts.

"Cambridge" was laid down by Bethlehem Steel at Quincy, Massachusetts on 16 December 1944 but construction was cancelled on 12 August 1945 prior to launching and she was broken up on the slip.


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