Cargo vessel by Reginald Carpenter

Cargo vessel

Reginald Carpenter

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Cargo vessel

Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a cargo vessel. The hull is painted black with a white horizontal stripe running the length of the model just below the bulwarks, and brick red at the waterline. The flush deck is dark grey with the exception of the central area, which is pale green/grey. There are two cargo hatches forward each served by two derricks, and three hatches aft, again each served by two derricks. The bridge area is forward of amidships, Aft of the bridge is a small hatch and, aft of that a low superstructure surmounted by a nest of four lifeboats and single, tall, black-painted funnel with two broad white stripes. There is a raised deck at the stern painted pale green/grey.
Reginald Carpenter

Original size: 22 mm x 98 mm x 12 mm

  • Image reference: L1844

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