Ferrari66 Posted October 6, 2014 Share #1 Posted October 6, 2014 (edited) Greetings I have searched in the forum for this, but having not found anything I post the link to a very interesting article: http://berkeleycastle.blogspot.it/2013/08/200-year-old-replica-ship-severn-goes.html About a couple of years ago a model of the Severn, a 44 gun ship of 1786 was found in a cupboard in the castle. What makes this model interesting (beside being a contemporary dockyard model) is that it depicts the framing of the ship quite accurately (much like the model of the Intrepid in the NMM does). An examination of the full size photo (available at the linked page) reveals very interesting details, like spacers slightly recessed in the frames at one side. Alessandro Edited October 28, 2014 by Ferrari66 WackoWolf and uss frolick 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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