Product images of 'Owen Glendower', port broadside
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'Owen Glendower', port broadside
Scale: 1:24. A plank-on-frame full hull model. It is finished with original painted surfaces and supported in a launching cradle together with keel blocks within a slipway base. Built by Green's for their Blackwall line to the East, the 'Owen Glendower' was sister of the 'Vernon' and 'Earl of Hardwick' which were at first operated, but unsuccessfully, with 100 h.p. auxiliary steam paddles. She was also designed with them but they were removed before her first voyage and she only operated as a sailing vessel.
- Image reference: F3795
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection