A plan showing the gun deck, and hold with fore and aft...
555 x 389 mm
Scale: 1:96. A plan showing the gun deck, and hold with fore and aft platforms for 'Leopold' (1790), as originally fitted as a 50-gun Fourth Rate, two-decker, and as fitted in 1812 for a troopship. The plan was subsequently used for fitting the 'Romney' (1815), a 50-gun Fourth Rate, two-decker, as well as all other two decked ships with the omission of the red lines and addition of the green lines on the plan (per Admiralty Order of 12 September 1812).
Signed by Nicholas Diddams [Master Shipwright, Portsmouth Dockyard, 1802-1823].
Object number: ZAZ5502
Original size: 389 x 555 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J0315
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