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'Accumulator', starboard broadside, scenic model
Scale: 1:96. One of a series of scenic models built to illustrate the different methods to catch fish from 1950 onwards. It shows the drift net vessel 'Accumulator', launched in 1955, with the nets set. The hull is inscribed with its name and port registration markings 'BF215' either side of the bow, indicating it operated out of Banff, Scotland.
- Image reference: F2917
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Reproduced with kind permission of Kenneth Britten, model maker