Hold and section plan for HMS 'Tamar' (1863)
2235 x 670 mm
Scale 1:48. Plan showing the hold and 14 transverse sections for the iron troopship HMS 'Tamar' (1863), as fitted in 1885. Signed by draughtsman R.W. Pendle; exd by C. L. Pawlby and endorsed by Chief Constructor J. Angear. Iron troopship built by Samuda Brothers, Poplar, London, launched 5 January 1863. Major refit Devonport Dockyard 1872 and again 1885 (job S1142). Receiving ship Hong Kong 1897, scuttled 12 December 1941.Object number: NPC2811
Original dimensions: 670 mm x 2235 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J9096
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