Product images of Cargo vessel
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Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a cargo vessel. The hull is painted black, with brick red decks and mid-grey cargo hatch covers. All the upper decks are painted a pale buff colour. Abaft of the foredeck, the fore cargo deck has two hatches served by two pairs of derricks and also a derrick mast between them. Abaft of this is the main superstructure incorporating the bridge. Between the superstructure and the raised midship deck is a small cargo deck with a single hatch served by a pair of derricks. The raised midship deck houses a nest of four lifeboats and in the centre of them, a single mast, painted red with a black top and two narrow, horizontal black stripes. The aft cargo deck incorporates a further two hatches served by two pairs of derricks and also a derrick mast between them. The raised stern deck has a pair of rudimentary bridge wings. On base of model "392".
Original size: 34 mm x 144 mm x 18 mm
- Image reference: L1875
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London