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Topographical model of Chatham Dockyard, 1772-1774
In 1771 Lord Sandwich, First Lord of the Admiralty, ordered models to be made of the Royal Dockyards at Deptford, Woolwich, Sheerness, Chatham and Portsmouth. These models show the houses, offices, workshops, stores, dry-docks, and building slips of the yards where the repair and launching of ships took place. HMS 'Victory' was first floated out from the Old Single Dock at Chatham in 1765.
Original size: 1079 mm x 2737 mm x 836 mm
- Image reference: L2712-001
- National Maritime Museum