Product images of HMS 'Inflexible'
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Painting showing the ironclad battleship 'HMS Inflexible' off the coast of Malta with the Grand Harbour of Valetta in the distance. There are several traditional Maltese boats nearby. One on the far left is under sail and the one in the foreground on the right has six figures on board and is being rowed. The buildings of Valetta are clearly visible. Built at Portsmouth Dockyard and launched in 1876, the 'Inflexible' was commissioned at Portsmouth on 5 July 1881 and was the first Royal Navy ship completely lit by electricity and with underwater torpedo tubes.
- Image reference: BHC3416
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London