One half of a body plan for Dreadnought (1875)

One half of a body plan for Dreadnought (1875)

Sir Nathaniel Barnaby

1381 x 715 mm

Scale 1:48.  A sheer drawing of the body plan, waterlines, half-breadths, as redesigned in conformity with arrangements approved 11 Sept 1872, for the turret battleship HMS 'Fury' (renamed Dreadnought, 1875) while under construction. Construction had been suspended in 1871 and she was redesigned to improve her stability, protection and armament.  

Signed by Nathaniel Barnaby [Chief Naval Architect, 1872-1875; Director of Naval Construction, 1875-1885]

Object number: NPB0589

Date: 1873

Original dimensions: 690 mm x 2852 mm

  • Full-colour art print
  • Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
  • Image reference: J9203

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