Product images of Battle-cruiser HMS 'Queen Mary'
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Battle-cruiser HMS 'Queen Mary'
Scale: 1:48. The first battle-cruisers were launched in 1907 and their successors increased in size and power in the same way as battleships. HMS 'Queen Mary' (1912) was built by Palmers Shipbuilding and Iron Co. Ltd., Jarrow-on-Tyne. At 700 feet in length and 89 feet in the beam, she was a colossus. She had a complement of 1274, and particular attention was paid to the crew's amenities including, remarkable at that period, a cinema projector for the entertainment of the ship's company.
Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co. Ltd.
- Image reference: F2557
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London