Product images of 'Rex' (1932); Passenger vessel; Liner
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'Rex' (1932); Passenger vessel; Liner
Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a passenger vessel. The hull is painted black with a light brown boot topping along the waterline. The upperworks and accommodation superstructure and decks are painted a creamy white. The multi-level forward decks are fitted with a single mast and a pair of smaller cargo masts with derricks, all of which serve two grey covered cargo hatches. The central upper bridge and accommodation superstructure is fitted with twelve pairs of lifeboats rigged to davits, either side of the two oval shaped funnels which are painted white with a thin green and thicker red horizontal stripes. At the stern, there is a large mast (damaged) and a pair of cargo cranes situated between a large and small sized rectangular swimming pool. The number '3' is written on the underside of the hull.
Original size: 60 mm x 230 mm x 25 mm
- Image reference: L1763
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London