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THE NAVAL GUNS IN NATAL 1899-1902 , 4.7"

THE NAVAL GUNS IN NATAL 1899-1902 , 4.7"

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This is part of a series of nine drawings made for the non-fiction book "The Fortified Region Focsani-Namoloasa-Galati" published by the Romanian Military Museum about the eponymous Fortified Line .

Skoda guns

This is a poster design I did for a really nifty dieselpunk comic called "Skies of Fire", a story of adventure, revenge, massive airships and fights to the death in the never ending storm known sim.

Army 12"/35 mount on railway it's the oldest remaining 12" gun and still is in firing condition. Photo by Tina Kern 4/9/17

Army mount on railway it's the oldest remaining gun and still is in firing condition. Photo by Tina Kern

A railway gun, also called a railroad gun, is a large artillery piece, often surplus naval ordnance, mounted on, transported by, and fired from a specially designed railway wagon. Many countries have built railway guns, but the best known are the large Krupp-built pieces used by Germany in World War I and World War II. Smaller guns were often part of an armoured train.

A railway gun, also called a railroad gun, is a large artillery piece, often…

1938 Railway Gun TM-3-12.  Used Russian Battleship Imperator Aleksander III  305 mm Gun.

1938 Railway Gun Used Russian Battleship Imperator Aleksander III 305 mm Gun.

The Old Hartley railway gun in 1914 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Old Hartley railway gun in 1914 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Maldito Insolente - Los archivos del III Reich

Crew of a 24 cm SK Theodor Karl railway gun practice loading, southern France, 1941

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