Product images of Trawler HMS 'Merlin II' (1906)
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Trawler HMS 'Merlin II' (1906)
22nd April 1918. In the Camber Dry Dock at Portsmouth, repairing damage to the starboard side abeam the foremast. Tops of masts out of picture. Fitted for minesweeping. Carrying fishery Pendant H924. Taken from the top of the dock.
- Image reference: G10249
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London