Product images of Passenger vessel
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Scale: Unknown. Waterline model of a paddle wheel passenger vessel. The hull is painted black with brick-red at the waterline. The decks are painted cream with the exception of two well decks, which are pale brown with grey hatch covers. The foredeck has a single derrick. The well decks are placed fore and aft of amidships with small hatch covers set in them, and there are elevated walkways that bridge the wells. The paddle boxes are painted black with yellow edges and the paddles themselves are painted orange. In the centre of the vessel, a bridge connects the two paddle boxes and fore and aft of this there are two funnels, painted black, with broad, horizontal white stripes. The funnels each have four ventilators. On the aft deck there is a single derrick and four boats (one missing). The number on the base is obscured.
Original size: 22 mm x 80 mm x 18 mm
- Image reference: L2030
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London