Product images of HMS 'Powerful' (1895); Warship; Protected Cruiser
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HMS 'Powerful' (1895); Warship; Protected Cruiser
Scale: Unknown. Waterline model of HMS 'Powerful' (1895). The hull is painted black with brick-red at the waterline and a narrow white stripe above that runs the entire length of the hull. The anchors have been depicted one on the port side and two on the starboard side and their cables have been painted onto the hull. Other hull details such as guns, ladders and plating are also shown. There is a single gun forward with an elevated bridge aft of it. The foremast is painted yellow and has two crows nests and a signaling lamp. There are four tall funnels in line, all painted yellow with black tops. All the ventilators are painted yellow. In the well of the main deck there is a nest of boats. There are a further two boats, on davits, hanging from the ships sides. Toward the stern, the main mast also has two crows
Original size: 37 mm x 140 mm x 17 mm
- Image reference: L1880
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London