Model of twin-screw steamship 'Dresden', c1897

Made:
1892-1902 in Kingston upon Hull

Model railway ship, Twin-Screw Steamship 'Dresden', Great Eastern Railway, prototype built by Earles Company Ltd. Hull 1897, worked the Harwich to Hook of Holland service, changed name to "Louvain" in 1915, torpedoed and sunk in Eastern Mediterranean on January 20th 1918.

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National Railway Museum: Warehouse

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Details

Category:
Railway Models
Object Number:
2002-7554
type:
model ship
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • transportation vehicles
  • vehicles
  • watercraft
  • transportation vehicles
  • vehicles
  • watercraft
credit:
British Rail, Clapham

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