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Scale: 1:32. A half block plating model of the starboard side of a diesel trawler, circa 1950, made entirely in wood, painted off-white and with measurements and names of the key components marked in black ink. The hull is high at the bow and stern with a large rectangular rudder. Inscribed details include three strakes, one of which runs the entire length of the hull; starboard hawse hole, five rectangular scuppers in a single row at main deck level; positions for plates and bulkheads; and provision for the single propeller shaft. The model is displayed on a rectangular black-painted backboard with curved corners and a fixing hole in each corner. Inscribed in black ink on the rudder 'Yard No 456. Diesel drifter trawler 19'-6" B.R. mm x 22'-0" B.M. mm x 10'-6" D.M.: Plating model scale: 3/8" -1ft.'.
Original size: 153 mm x 991 mm
- Image reference: L0912
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. We regret that Museum enquiries have not been able to identify the copyright holder and would welcome any information that would help us update our records. Please contact the Picture Library.