Fly to port elevation plan for M-class submarine seaplane carrier 'M2' (1919)
1297 x 528 mm
Scale 1:48. Plan shows a partial inboard profile [port profile looking from starboard] and fly diagram, as fitted, of the M-class submarine seaplane carrier M2 (1919). The drawing was modified at Chatham yard dated October 1927 and shows the hangar for the Peto seaplane on top of the superstructure. There is a Chatham Yard Constructive Department stamp, dated October 1927, on the left hand side of the plan. A note on the plan states that drawing M. C. D. 2856 contains additonal details of the seaplane hangar. There is a tear in the top left corner of the plan.
Object number: NPB6203
Artist: HM Dockyard, Chatham
Dimensions: 528 mm x 1297 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
- Image reference: J9719
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