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Waterline model; Miniature model
Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a passenger/cargo vessel. The hull is painted black with red at the waterline and a fine white stripe above running the entire length of the vessel. The decks are painted uniform sand brown with mid-grey cargo hatch covers. The long foredeck includes a wave deflector, two hatches served by a pair of derricks between them and a weather deck that extends over its aft part. The weather deck has four lifeboats double-banked on davits on the port and starboard sides and, between them, a foremast with a navigation light attached to the front. There is a small hatch aft of the foremast. The long, low superstructure has a promenade and, above it, a boat deck with twelve pairs of lifeboats, all double-banked on davits. Between them is a single funnel, painted red with narrow horizontal black lines and a black top in Cunard Line company colours. Nested around the funnel are four ventilators, painted white with red openings. There are four similar, but smaller, ventilators aft of the funnel. At the stern of the boat deck is a mainmast rigged with two pairs of derricks. Forward of the promenade deck is a raised, open bridge deck and, above it, an enclosed pilot house flanked by open bridge wings and navigation light cabins. An aft weather deck includes two pairs of lifeboats, on port and starboard sides, double-banked on davits. Between them is a pair of derricks serving a single hatch and a second hatch on the stern deck aft. A raised poop deck includes a secondary pair of bridge wings affixed to a deckhouse. On base of model: "77".
Original size: 40 mm x 150 mm x 20 mm
- Image reference: L1573
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London