Product images of The Japanese cruiser 'Hashidate' (1891) at anchor
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The Japanese cruiser 'Hashidate' (1891) at anchor
A starboard bow view of the Japanese protected cruiser 'Hashidate (1891)' at anchor. Along the sides are furled torpedo nets. An anchor is lashed to the bulwark, just forward of midships, and, aft, boats hang from davits. There is a small boat just astern the battleship. In the background, off the port beam, is a low lying shoreline. The original negative envelope was labelled: 'German Battleship. Woosung, 1900', although this identification is incorrect.
Artist: Kenneth Hurlstone Jones
Original dimensions: 82 mm x 102 mm
- Image reference: N64408
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London