Product images of Dreadnought battleship HMS 'Queen Elizabeth' (1913)
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Dreadnought battleship HMS 'Queen Elizabeth' (1913)
Scale: 1:192. Waterline model of the Dreadnought battleship HMS 'Queen Elizabeth' (1913). The model is decked, equipped and rigged. It is displayed on a shared scenic base alongside the destroyer 'Cygnet' (SLR1500), an Admiralty steam drifter and an Admiral's barge, portraying a scene from the mid-1930s. Built at Portsmouth, 'Queen Elizabeth' was the lead ship of her class and measured 650 feet in length (W.L.) by 94 feet in the beam, displacing 27500 tons (31000 tons fully laden). She carried 1234 men and was armed with eight 15-inch guns, twelve 6-inch guns, two 13-pounders and four 21-inch torpedo tubes.
Norman A. Ough
- Image reference: D7192-4
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London