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HMS Iron Duke 1870, was an iron Audacious-class central battery ironclad. She became the flagship of the China Station on 31 August 1871, one of the first large ships to use the Suez canal to reach there. In an age of inefficient engines, her full sailing rig made her particularly suitable for operations in the Pacific Ocean. Propulsion: Coal fired reciprocating steam engines by Ravenhill 6 boilers, 2 Shafts and 4,830 hp (3.3 MW) total

HMS Iron Duke 1870, was an iron Audacious-class central battery ironclad. She became the flagship of the China Station on 31 August 1871, one of the first large ships to use the Suez canal to reach there. In an age of inefficient engines, her full sailing rig made her particularly suitable for operations in the Pacific Ocean. Propulsion: Coal fired reciprocating steam engines by Ravenhill 6 boilers, 2 Shafts and 4,830 hp (3.3 MW) total

“Ironclads were steam-propelled warships protected by armor plates. The rapid pace of change in the ironclad period meant that many ships were obsolete as soon as they were complete”

The CSS Stonewall , a ton ironclad built in Bordeaux, France for the Confederate Navy in

HMS Hotspur (1870) - Wikipedia

HMS Hotspur (1870) - Wikipedia

USS Michigan was the United States Navy's first iron-hulled warship and served during the American Civil War. She was renamed USS Wolverine in 1905. In an encounter with Great Lakes "timber pirates" in the 1850s, a steamer rammed Michigan. The pirate vessel was badly damaged in the maneuver, and was captured.

USS Michigan was the United States Navy's first iron-hulled warship and served during the American Civil War. She was renamed USS Wolverine in

HMS Trafalgar 1887. Together with her sister ship HMS Nile, these capital ships carried 2 twin 13.5" BL guns.

HMS Trafalgar Together with her sister ship HMS Nile, these capital ships carried 2 twin BL guns.

HMS Prince of Wales (1902), was a London- or Queen-class pre-dreadnought battleship, a sub-class of the Formidable-class battleships of the British Royal Navy. HMS Prince of Wales (1902) was the sixth of seven ships of the Royal Navy that have had the name HMS Prince of Wales.Prince of Wales became flagship of the squadron in March 1916. She ended her flagship duties in June 1916, when she went to Gibraltar for a refit. She later returned to the Adriatic

HMS Prince of Wales (1902), was a London- or Queen-class pre-dreadnought battleship, a sub-class of the Formidable-class battleships of the British Royal Navy. HMS Prince of Wales (1902) was the sixth of seven ships of the Royal Navy that have had the name HMS Prince of Wales.Prince of Wales became flagship of the squadron in March 1916. She ended her flagship duties in June 1916, when she went to Gibraltar for a refit. She later returned to the Adriatic

1898 Print Spanish American War Battleship San Francisco John A. Howell SAW1

1898 Print Spanish American War Battleship San Francisco John A. Howell SAW1

1898 Print Spanish American War Battleship San Francisco John A.

HMS Sans Pareil was a Victoria class battleship of the British Royal Navy of the Victorian era, her only sister ship being HMS Victoria.  In deciding upon her design configuration the Board of Admiralty took what history shows was a retrograde step by requesting the reversion from barbettes to turrets for her main armament. She was completed slightly later than her sister-ship and was hence the last British battleship ever to be equipped with her main armament mounted in a single turret.

HMS Sans Pareil was a Victoria class battleship of the British Royal Navy of the Victorian era, her only sister ship being HMS Victoria. In deciding upon her design configuration the Board of.

The Majestic-class battleship HMS Mars and a cruiser.

HMS Mars One of 9 British Majestic class battleships built during 1893 - At this time Britain's rivals were supposedly France & Russia, but Germany's Alfred von Tirpitz & Kaiser Wilhelm were having other thoughts.

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