Product images of Ordnance model; Gun carriage model
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Ordnance model; Gun carriage model
Scale: Unknown. A stained and varnished wooden model of a proposed gun carriage (circa 1850). The wooden trucks are secured to axles with metal pins. The front axle is narrower than the rear axle, giving the carriage a tapered shape. The model is inscribed "Col Colquhoun" and "12" (with additional lettering illegible). A label reads "Gun carriage showing plan for foremost trucks to travel under the brackets."
Original size: 83 mm x 160 mm x 121 mm
- Image reference: L1502
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London