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HMS Victoria 1887 Watertight compartments - HMS Victoria (1887) - Wikipedia, the…

Plan drawings of the HMS Victoria Watertight compartments (circa

Schematic drawing of HMS VICTORIA (1888)

Schematic drawing of HMS VICTORIA (1888)

HMS Sans Pareil

HMS Sans Pareil

The site of the Thames Ironworks (1837-1912) is one of London’s greatest industrial archaeology sites. After 75 years of innovative engineering and shipbuilding, it closed in 1912. The yard once employed thousands and produced large civil engineering structures, battleships, and numerous other vessels for the navies of the world.

HMS Sans Pareil nearing launch date 1887 at the Thames Ironworks The yard once employed thousands and produced large civil engineering structures, battleships, and numerous other vessels for the navies of the world.

HMS Victoria Lebanon 2008 HD

The wreck of HMS Victoria Lebanon 2008 Tekforce Ukraine HD

HMS VICTORIA WRECK 90 degree angle

HMS VICTORIA WRECK 90 degree angle

Camperdown was most probably held back from driving further into Victoria by coming up against the protective armoured deck running across Victoria below water level. Camperdown's stem penetrated approximately 6 ft (1.8 m) into Victoria's side, while the underwater ram penetrated about 9 ft (2.7 m), 12 ft (3.7 m) below water level. Had Camperdown been travelling more slowly, then it was likely the damage from her stem would have been lessened, but the underwater ram might instead have torn a…

Diagram of the collision of the HMS Victoria with the HMS Camperdown, showing the amount of penetration of the latter.

The forward deck on HMS Victoria held a single turret with two BL 16.25 in (413 mm) Mark I guns. The 16.25 in (413 mm) gun was chosen because similar large guns had been used in foreign ships, and because of difficulties in obtaining the navy's preferred 13.5 in (340 mm) design. The great weight of the forward turret with its two guns meant that it had to be mounted low so as not to detract from the ship's stability, and that a similar large gun and turret could not be mounted aft. Instead…

The forward deck on HMS Victoria held a single turret with two BL 16.25 in (413 mm) Mark I guns. The 16.25 in (413 mm) gun was chosen because similar large guns had been used in foreign ships, and because of difficulties in obtaining the navy's preferred 13.5 in (340 mm) design. The great weight of the forward turret with its two guns meant that it had to be mounted low so as not to detract from the ship's stability, and that a similar large gun and turret could not be mounted aft. Instead…

HMSSansPareil1897 - HMS Victoria (1887) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

HMS Victoria bow in dock Malta - HMS Victoria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia