Product images of HMS 'James Watt' (1853); Warship; 91-gun
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HMS 'James Watt' (1853); Warship; 91-gun
Scale: Unknown. Sectional model depicting the method for connecting iron beams to the side of the 91 gun screw warship HMS 'James Watt' (1853). The hull section has been basically made in wood and is secured to an elongated wooden baseboard which has been stained a dark colour. The iron beams have been riveted together and are connected to the hull. A small section of deck planking has been attached to the framing and a museum label has been applied to it. A paper label marked '865' has been attached to the baseboard.
Number "865" on label on base. Label on model reads "Cumb'l'd Room (31)".
Original size: 160 mm x 660 mm x 265 mm
- Image reference: L0343
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London