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HMS Dreadnought Print Booklet
Author: Gdaynorm   Posts: 1   Photos: 1   Subscribers: 0   Views: 115   Responses: 11   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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HMS Dreadnought - Posted: 5th Nov 2017
Decision made. 1875 battleship Dreadnought to 1/96. Hoping for NMM drawings. Have two photos so far off Wikipedia. Wish me luck.

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Response by hmsnostalgia on the 14th Nov 2017
Glad to see a lesser known 'Dreadnought'
bieng considered for a model, especially one that's a direct ancestor to the more famous one!!. 👍😊
Response by Gdaynorm on the 14th Nov 2017
So you think similarly to me. Eberyone builds famous ships. Trouble is getting the info for an accurate build. I usually get drawings from the National Maritime Museum, where they have builders drawings of just about every ship built in Britain, but for some reason they are not answering my e-mails. Very strange.
Response by Gdaynorm on the 14th Nov 2017
Finally mystery solved. National Maritime Museum had chanegd their e-mail set up! Spoke with them this morning, and they ahve all drawings, probably including modifications prior to commissioning.
Their current address is
plansandphotos@rmg.co.uk