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A waterline model of a cargo vessel
A waterline model of a cargo vessel. The hull is painted pale grey, with green decks throughout, and white superstructure. The four cargo hatch covers are all of a uniform size and painted mid-grey. The extremely long foredeck contains a hatch serviced by a gantry derrick forward of it and a long-armed derrick crane aft. The two hatches on the main deck have a pair of heavy lift derricks between them. The main superstructure is placed aft of amidships and is box-like in shape. Surmounting it is a tall, white-painted, radar mast and, abaft of it, a single funnel painted mustard yellow with a black top. The fourth hatch is situated on the stern deck and is served by a pair of derricks and a derrick crane. At the stern there is a secondary bridge and a spare propeller. On base of model "142".
- Image reference: L1841
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London