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by E28
Sat Jun 09, 2018 7:21 pm
Forum: RAIL
Topic: Very educational
Replies: 1
Views: 305

Re: Very educational

Love the little steam driven wheelie barrow too Paul. So cute. Seems to have come off the rails though.
Does it have a name i wonder. Patently not Barfleur.
by E28
Sat Jun 09, 2018 7:01 pm
Forum: Danish Ships
Topic: HULDA MÆRSK (4)
Replies: 1
Views: 267

Re: HULDA MÆRSK (4)

Hulda Maersk left Sunderland in Feb 1950 with an all Danish crew under Capt A. Jansen who had been sunk in 1941 and spent the remainder of the war working with the Canadians. In 1953 she was allocated to the new extended fast monthly New York - Malaya service via Panama started with her sister Lexa ...
by E28
Sat May 12, 2018 7:26 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Walrus 1917 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 1
Views: 304

Re: Walrus 1917 HMS - Destroyer

The stranding of Walrus occurred whilst in tow for subsequent preparations for her intended conversion to a WAIR escort at Chatham Dockyard where more of these works were done than elsewhere and all in Naval Dockyards. The WAIR was an extensive conversion turning these elderly destroyers into more c...
by E28
Sat Apr 14, 2018 7:09 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Bridlington 1940 HMS - Minesweeper
Replies: 1
Views: 402

Re: Bridlington 1940 HMS - Minesweeper

Bridlington was 1 of the 4 RN diesel Bangor class with a further 10 later built in Canada for the RCN. There is an issue with the launch dates for both the Denny pair Bridlington and Bridport. Lenton & Colledge say both 29-2-1940 this being the date most widely used in most sources. The Denny list s...
by E28
Sat Apr 07, 2018 7:38 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Salmon 1916 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 1
Views: 296

Re: Salmon 1916 HMS - Destroyer

From completion Salmon joined the 12th destroyer flotilla of the Grand Fleet based in Rosyth and Port Edgar. She was an easy going, happy and efficient ship, the destroyers duties in WW1 being a tough life with little harbour time whilst conducting a wide variety of duties many for which they were n...
by E28
Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:03 pm
Forum: Clyde-Built Ships: Photography
Topic: CRACKER 1900 - London & Glasgow
Replies: 1
Views: 586

Re: CRACKER 1900 - London & Glasgow

Where the river is narrow & winding in its course, paddle tugs are mostly employed, such as those on the Clyde & Tyne. For harbour work generally, where the main work consists of aiding ships to dock, undock, to turn short round with a strong current running, to swing for adjustment of compasses, to...
by E28
Sat Dec 30, 2017 7:46 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Barfount 1942 HMS - Boom Defence Vessel
Replies: 4
Views: 972

Re: Barfount 1942 HMS - Boom Defence Vessel

Thanks & welcome Sandra for the image with your Dad. Do you have a date when he served in Barfount please and his branch specialisation. When these Bar boats first entered service, although under the white ensign as fully commissioned ships of the grey navy, they were all skippered by assorted RNR, ...
by E28
Thu Dec 21, 2017 7:37 pm
Forum: RAIL
Topic: Nearing the end
Replies: 1
Views: 652

Re: Nearing the end

Scrapped in Wishaw, which many here will know, courtesy Motherwell Machinery & Scraps Instow works who seemed very prolific at the time steam was surplus, they scrapped 100's. 251 9F 2-10-0 BR standard engines were built from 1955, the very last & only named being 92220 Evening Star, now part of the...
by E28
Mon Nov 27, 2017 7:41 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Plover 1937 HMS - Coastal Minelayer
Replies: 1
Views: 661

Re: Plover 1937 HMS - Coastal Minelayer

Plover became the only Coastal Minelayer ever built as such for the RN, her motto being 'Do Not Touch Me', most prophetic. Launched 8th June 1937 by Lady Muriel. E. Wake-Walker, wife of Captain William. F. Wake-Walker. R.N., Director of Torpedoes & Mining at the Admiralty. In 1941 Wake-Walker was Re...
by E28
Sat Nov 18, 2017 9:17 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Barfount 1942 HMS - Boom Defence Vessel
Replies: 4
Views: 972

Re: Barfount 1942 HMS - Boom Defence Vessel

A total of 74 Bar class were constructed for the RN, plus 3 in Australia by Cockatoo. Where or how the names originated is any ones guess, but if it were down the local, then Barmaid was overlooked. No doubt there are 'Barrage', as in Boom, connotations. Barrage herself was an earlier build out of H...
by E28
Fri Nov 10, 2017 8:41 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Michael E 1941 - Catapult Aircraft Merchantman
Replies: 2
Views: 912

Re: Michael E 1941 - Catapult Aircraft Merchantman

The CAM ships would predominantly operate a single Hurricane, which the pilot either had to ditch or, preferably, find a friendly air strip. Come to think of it, did they have a hook for carrier landing. In 1940 a purpose built fighter was proposed for catapulting from ships. This was the Miles M20 ...
by E28
Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:58 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Redwing 1834 HMS - Paddle Tender
Replies: 2
Views: 758

Re: Redwing 1834 HMS - Paddle Tender

It appears a total of 48 post Office Packets were completed between 1821 -1848. The tonnage for Richmond / Redwing at 139 bm seems remarkably low set against her published dimensions compared with other similar packets, her 15' 9" beam surely excludes the 2 paddle boxes. Hunter & Dow appear to have ...
by E28
Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:34 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Gurkha 1937 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 2
Views: 908

Re: Gurkha 1937 HMS - Destroyer

The loss of Gurkha resulted in comparatively few casualties. Using the CWGC, Commonwealth War Graves Commission, database, 13 Gurkha men are commemorated on Naval memorials in the UK with no known grave as MPK, missing presumed killed. That leaves 3 more who are interred in the Trondheim (Stavne) Ce...
by E28
Wed May 24, 2017 7:35 pm
Forum: Gibraltar
Topic: TAIHO MARU
Replies: 2
Views: 497

Re: TAIHO MARU

Taiho Maru. IMO 9140358 Built 1996 by Oshima Shipbuilding, Saikai, Japan. Owner Kyokuto Shipping, Tokyo. 40,323 grt, 48817 dwt. Sold for scrap 2016, arrived Aliaga, Turkey and beached for breaking 30 March 2016. Appears to have operated as Taiho Maru for her entire career as a wood chips carrier. Ta...
by E28
Sat Apr 29, 2017 9:26 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Nairana 1943 HMS - Escort Carrier
Replies: 3
Views: 1263

Re: Nairana 1943 HMS - Escort Carrier

Nairana is one of the few merchant navy names taken up by the grey navy and used more than once, this escort carrier being the 2nd of name, earning 3 battle honours during the latter part of WW2. A few other such names are this Nairana's sister Vindex, Campania and Engadine, where in all cases the a...
by E28
Sat Apr 01, 2017 6:34 pm
Forum: FISHING VESSELS
Topic: R.N. TRAWLERS, DRIFTERS & WHALERS.
Replies: 9
Views: 1649

Re: R.N. TRAWLERS, DRIFTERS & WHALERS.

The earlier boats taken up from trade, as previously discussed, were put to the tasks of mine clearance and, to a lesser extent, u boat hunting, primitive and Heath Robinson though the methods were. All of the assorted fishing vessels were eminently suitable for the former, generally suited to the r...
by E28
Sat Mar 11, 2017 8:08 pm
Forum: RAIL
Topic: 34071 601 SQUADRON
Replies: 2
Views: 1226

Re: 34071 601 SQUADRON

The original 70 were completed for Southern Region with their attendant Bulleid locomotive numbers, later renumbered. The following 40 were completed as British Railways locomotives, numbered 34071 - 34110 inclusive. 34071, our subject, was originally 615 Squadron, with nameplates fitted April - Aug...
by E28
Sun Feb 05, 2017 7:34 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Relentless 1942 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 1
Views: 538

Re: Relentless 1942 HMS - Destroyer

Relentless with her sister Rocket were the 1st pair of the War Emergency Destroyers to be given the full Type 15 conversions, designed to transform them into fully blown 1st rate anti (Soviet) sub hunters. This work ran in tandem, Pompey doing Relentless, Guzz (Devonport) doing Rocket and it was the...
by E28
Sat Jan 28, 2017 7:56 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Lynx 1955 HMS - Frigate
Replies: 8
Views: 1248

Re: Lynx 1955 HMS - Frigate

16th RN ship of this name, Lynx was launched 12 Jan 1955 by HRH The Princess Royal, Mary, sister to King Edward VIII, trials commenced 12 Sept '56 and commissioned 14 March 1957 for service in the 7th Frigate Squadron, service in Home and South Atlantic where these 4 pussy cats spent much of their a...
by E28
Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:35 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: P.23 1909 RIM - River Paddle Steamer
Replies: 1
Views: 852

Re: P.23 1909 RIM - River Paddle Steamer

A most interesting vessel with sister Otaru, Osaka was built specifically to counter the steamers of the newly formed B.R.T., Burma River Transport Co. The outcome paid dividends for the I.F.C., Irrawaddy Flotilla Company, when the new upstarts were forced into liquidation in Nov 1911, at which time...
by E28
Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:42 pm
Forum: Clyde-Built Ships: Photography
Topic: PS Bhamo
Replies: 2
Views: 1246

Re: PS Bhamo

Hello Woody, the image you have posted here re Bhamo bears no resemblance whatsoever to the Denny built vessel, y no 554. Firstly, she was a side paddler, so can be eliminated instantly, and her funnel was 'midships. Same for her sister Ava, y no 553. Information taken from 'The Denny List', Part 2,...
by E28
Wed Dec 14, 2016 7:55 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Rotherham 1942 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 2
Views: 794

Re: Rotherham 1942 HMS - Destroyer

Captain Rotheram was an exceedingly cool intrepid man. During Trafalgar, 21st October 1805, a heavy shower of the enemy's musketry swept the quarter-deck of the Royal Sovereign. Vice-Admiral Lord Collingwood (when she had seven ships upon her), had left Captain Rotheram standing almost alone amongst...
by E28
Mon Dec 12, 2016 9:04 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: St James 1945 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 2
Views: 575

Re: St James 1945 HMS - Destroyer

...and Battle names emerged victorious. Indeed they did. Not a single name chosen commemorated any Battle fought on British soil from any era, despite some truly historic names that could have been chosen. In fact enough for these 24 Battles which comprised this destroyer class. Too many noses would...
by E28
Sat Nov 19, 2016 7:27 pm
Forum: Rest of Europe
Topic: HANJIN PORTLAND
Replies: 2
Views: 1034

Re: HANJIN PORTLAND

Hanjin Portland.
IMO - 9021681
Built - 1993 as a cellular.
grt - 51567, dwt - 62717
289 x 35 metres
From the remarks in 2 earlier posts here is her fate.
Hanjin Portland, named for Portland, Oregon, USA.
Broken up Alang from 24 April 2013.
by E28
Fri Nov 18, 2016 8:58 pm
Forum: Rest of Europe
Topic: HANJIN ITALY
Replies: 2
Views: 957

Re: HANJIN ITALY

This will now be a rare sight, a Hanjin shipping company vessel fully laden. Recently the World's 7th largest shipping company, the future remains uncertain. Some remain optimistic. At the time their problems became apparent earlier in 2016, Hanjin operated 98 cellular & 44 bulkers, owned or leased ...
by E28
Fri Nov 11, 2016 7:13 pm
Forum: The War at Sea
Topic: The Monach Isles and their connection with WWI
Replies: 1
Views: 1570

Re: The Monach Isles and their connection with WWI

11th November 2016.
To remember all who fell in conflicts Worldwide on this the 98th year since the 1918 armistice.
At sea, on land, in the air, service personnel and civilians equally from all Nations.
This is also to remember Angus and the appropriate words contained in original piece.
by E28
Sat Oct 08, 2016 8:25 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Clonmel 1918 HMS - Minesweeper
Replies: 1
Views: 699

Re: Clonmel 1918 HMS - Minesweeper

Clonmel was the County Town of the Irish County, South Tipperary. This was still the time when Ireland was unified, Tipperary was 2 separate Counties then, South and North. Many of these Later Hunt or Aberdare class sweepers were named for coastal towns, subsequently during construction it was deeme...
by E28
Sat Oct 01, 2016 7:29 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Michael E 1941 - Catapult Aircraft Merchantman
Replies: 2
Views: 912

Re: Michael E 1941 - Catapult Aircraft Merchantman

Michael E, on 168165, was the first Cam ship, brief though her career was. Amongst other ships of the Counties Ship Management Co Ltd was the 1940 built Marietta E, on 167596, sunk 4 March 1942 by U160. Virtually all ships under the umbrella of this Company had names ending in Hill, such as Bury Hil...
by E28
Tue Sep 27, 2016 7:44 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Vansittart 1919 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 3
Views: 938

Re: Vansittart 1919 HMS - Destroyer

Oops, sorry Paul, the image you posted above is not, alas, Vansittart. She is the Weapon class Scorpion, D64, the photo is probably 1950's, before having the 965 single bedstead radar fitted. Neither was she Clyde built, J Samuel White were guilty. 4 of the class were completed, Battleaxe and Broads...
by E28
Sat Sep 24, 2016 7:58 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Escapade 1934 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 1
Views: 741

Re: Escapade 1934 HMS - Destroyer

Escapade had the misfortune to suffer a premature when on 20 Sept 1943 her hedgehog, in the fwd superimposed or B position, suffered this fairly common occurrence with the attendant fatalities, although, quite high in her case. After her repairs, the 2 new squid mortars were located in lieu of A gun...
by E28
Sat Jul 09, 2016 8:27 pm
Forum: RAIL
Topic: 21C1 CHANNEL PACKET
Replies: 3
Views: 922

Re: 21C1 CHANNEL PACKET

These Merchant Navy class Pacifics were always referred to as "The Packets", after the lead engine, whilst the 2 following slightly smaller Pacific classes, West Country and Battle of Britains were termed "Spam Cans". Incredibly distinctive, all 3 classes as built looked nigh on identical to the lay...
by E28
Mon Jun 06, 2016 7:48 pm
Forum: BOARD OF TRADE
Topic: VANISHED WITHOUT TRACE.
Replies: 16
Views: 8235

Re: VANISHED WITHOUT TRACE.

U S NAVY TUG CONESTOGA. AT 54. THE TUG NO ONE KNEW WAS MISSING. Lost in th Pacific after 25 March 1921. No one knows. Built by Maryland Steel Co, Sparrows Point, MD in 1904, purchased by navy 14 Sept 1917, for the huge sum of $350,000 617 t, 170' x 29' x 16', TE developing 1000ihp, 286 tons coal fo...
by E28
Wed Jun 01, 2016 8:23 pm
Forum: TUGS AND TOWING
Topic: SPARTAN
Replies: 3
Views: 1382

Re: SPARTAN

Has this afternoon, Weds 1st June 2016, left Portsmouth, Hampshire, for Aliaga, Turkey. She has under her charge the ex HMS Endurance, A171, which has been laid up in Pompey since her serious flooding, and near loss, in the South Atlantic, 2008. Spartan, IMO 7725403, knows the routine well. In 2011 ...
by E28
Tue May 24, 2016 7:58 pm
Forum: The War at Sea
Topic: HOOD- 70 years on
Replies: 3
Views: 1195

Re: HOOD- 70 years on

H.M.S. HOOD. 75 years on. Let us remember all those lost in the action in the Denmark Strait, 24th May 1941. H.M.S. Hood sunk that day, H.M.S. Prince of Wales with their escorting destroyers. Bismarck, sunk 27th May, her consort Prinz Eugen, their adversaries, and H.M.S. Mashona sunk 28th May in air...
by E28
Thu Apr 07, 2016 8:16 pm
Forum: Clyde-Built Ships: Photography
Topic: SAN DEMETRIO 1938: Blythswood, Scotstoun
Replies: 7
Views: 1729

Re: SAN DEMETRIO 1938: Blythswood, Scotstoun

The bottom image in lead post definitely IS part of the 16 crew who managed to get San Demetrio back. There are 11 men shown and sat in the centre is her chief engineer officer, Charles Pollard. He was duly awarded the O.B.E. and Lloyds war medal for bravery at sea. Patently a very capable engineer,...
by E28
Sat Apr 02, 2016 9:14 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Jaguar 1938 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 1
Views: 631

Re: Jaguar 1938 HMS - Destroyer

As built, Jaguar, as with all the 16 J & K classes, carried the pendant number with flag F superior, Jaguar being F34. At the end of 1940 this was changed to G flag superior, as in the images above. The aft bank of Quintuple torpedo tubes were removed at the same time, being replaced by a single 4" ...
by E28
Mon Mar 28, 2016 10:21 am
Forum: WARSHIPS / WARTIME
Topic: H.M.S. CONQUEST, a tragic cruiser.
Replies: 14
Views: 2386

Re: H.M.S. CONQUEST, a tragic cruiser.

IN MEMORIAM.

28th March 1916 H.M.S. Conquest
It is 100 years to the day of this tragedy and the 39 men who died from this cruiser.
Also the 2 from H.M.S. Melpomene

Let us remember them all.
by E28
Thu Mar 24, 2016 9:22 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Airedale 1941 HMS - Escort Destroyer
Replies: 1
Views: 615

Re: Airedale 1941 HMS - Escort Destroyer

There may have been 133 survivors from Airedale. Much more significant are the 42 men lost in her. These Hunts had a tendency to take a lot of men down with them when sunk, by whatever means. The area around the after 4" and depth charge magazines were very vulnerable with many suffering explosions ...
by E28
Sat Mar 19, 2016 10:34 pm
Forum: MARITIME ART
Topic: Athenian
Replies: 1
Views: 606

Re: Athenian

Apparently, from what i've gathered on the big wide web, the last coal burning trawler to land a catch in the UK.
So, surely, the last trawler that could smoke her own catch, in situ.
by E28
Thu Mar 03, 2016 7:46 pm
Forum: Royal Navy Shipping
Topic: Is this your Town.....
Replies: 1
Views: 1007

Re: Is this your Town.....

Tis the good ship Belfast, still extant as you know.
Image dates from post WW2, probably 1947 to Korea.
by E28
Mon Feb 15, 2016 7:46 pm
Forum: TUGS AND TOWING
Topic: QE and POW new tug.
Replies: 1
Views: 782

QE and POW new tug.

Damen are to construct a new tug for Serco Marine Services designed to assist the 2 new RN carriers, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Of Wales with alongside mobility at their home port, Portsmouth, Hampshire. The vessel, unnamed, is a modified Damen ART (Advanced Rotor Tug ) 80-32 design of 107' length a...
by E28
Wed Jan 20, 2016 8:13 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Liverpool 1937 HMS - Cruiser
Replies: 1
Views: 500

Re: Liverpool 1937 HMS - Cruiser

All 3 images show Liverpool after removal of X turret, extensive radar fit and other late or post war modifications, so likely dates for all are 1946 - 1949. Although part of the 3 ship Gloucester, lost 22 May 1941, sub group with Manchester, lost 13 Aug 1942, the 3 were near identical to the precee...
by E28
Thu Dec 31, 2015 7:49 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Dainty 1932 HMS - Destroyer
Replies: 1
Views: 424

Re: Dainty 1932 HMS - Destroyer

75 years ago today, 31st Dec 1940, Dainty whilst in support of the inshore squadron encountered 2 Italian motor schooners on passage between Bardia and Tobruk. Maria Giovanna, V69, 255 grt, built 1919 and Tiberio, V42, 237 grt built 1902 which were both duly captured and taken into RN service retain...
by E28
Fri Dec 04, 2015 7:46 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Petersham 1955 HMS - Inshore Minesweeper
Replies: 1
Views: 669

Re: Petersham 1955 HMS - Inshore Minesweeper

Petersham, a village in the borough of Richmond, Surrey. In 1682 Archibald Campbell was born there, in Ham House. He became the 1st Earl of Ilay and later the 3rd Duke of Argyll. A great supporter of the Union, 1707. Founded the Royal Bank of Scotland in 1727, and, since 1987, his face appears on th...
by E28
Tue Oct 20, 2015 8:54 pm
Forum: Gibraltar
Topic: DAISHIN MARU
Replies: 4
Views: 925

Re: DAISHIN MARU

Daishin Maru renamed Jupiter in July 2013 under Panama flag.
IMO no the same as that stays with the hull.
Currently heading up the Malacca Straits to Kandla from Singapore.
by E28
Thu Sep 17, 2015 8:17 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Khyber 1942 HMINS - Minesweeper
Replies: 2
Views: 594

Re: Khyber 1942 HMINS - Minesweeper

The Bangor class had 1 luxury you would never get elsewhere in the grey navy at this time, unless you served in a battleship. A covered but not totally enclosed bridge. That alone with the informal routines on board makes them top in the desirability stakes and the envy of all the cruiser and destro...
by E28
Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:40 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: NAPIER HMS 1940: Destroyer, Fairfield Govan
Replies: 1
Views: 511

Re: NAPIER HMS 1940: Destroyer, Fairfield Govan

Napier is shown here whilst part of the BPF, British Pacific Fleet, under the control of the Americans in that theatre. So why does she carry the pendant number D13, when her RN pendant was G97. Upon the insistence of the Yankees all British, Australian, Canadian and Dutch warships with the BPF were...
by E28
Sat Aug 15, 2015 4:04 pm
Forum: CLYDE
Topic: Sad sad news.
Replies: 17
Views: 5260

Re: Sad sad news.

Devastating news. Angus was a true gentleman, knowledgeable, generous with a nice tilt of wit.
Through this forum i became aware of his true stature and the high esteem in which he was regarded.
He will be sorely missed by all.
Sean - E28
by E28
Sun Jul 26, 2015 5:08 pm
Forum: Bristol Channel
Topic: Le James Joyce
Replies: 16
Views: 6110

Re: Le James Joyce

Norman, your updates are much appreciated. Now James Joyce has joined the Irish active fleet, the name of the 3rd, and final, of the class is... LÉ William Butler Yeats, construction in the shed is well advanced, delivery due July 2016. If you do NOT recognise his pen name, this is W. B. Yeats and s...
by E28
Fri May 29, 2015 9:16 pm
Forum: RN Warships and Auxiliaries built on the Clyde
Topic: Goathland 1942 HMS - Destroyer Escort
Replies: 2
Views: 705

Re: Goathland 1942 HMS - Destroyer Escort

Easy recognition hints as built for Hunt class Types I, II, III. Using photos of Type III Goathland here for ease of reference and 3 principal weapons clearly visible, the twin 4" mounts, 2 pounder 4 barreled pompom and twin 21" Torpedo Tubes (TT). All Types I, II, III had Twin 4" forward bridge. Ty...

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