The convoy rescue ship Rathlin
A cut sheet film negative showing a port beam view of the convoy rescue ship Rathlin (1936). 1943-1945 This photograph shows her at anchor, probably on the Clyde during the latter half of the War. Her HF/DF (High Frequency Direction Finding) gear can be seen fitted to the mainmast.
Object number : P1268
- Image reference: P01268
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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