Orlop deck plan of 'Terror' (1813); 'Erebus' (1826)
675 x 270 mm
Scale: 1:48. Plan showing the orlop deck and hold with details of stowage and magazine stowage for 'Terror' (1813) and 'Erebus' (1826), both Bomb Vessels converted for polar exploration. The plan relates to the two ships as converted for the Antarctic Expedition under Captain James Clark Ross in 1839.
The plan shows the 'Erebus', as 'Terror' had some diferences in the position of the bowsprit and hatches.
Signed by Francis J. Laire [Master Shipwright, Chatham Dockyard, 1844-1858].
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J1411
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