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digital full-size plans h.m.s. glasgow scale 1/96 suitable for radio contro
digital full-size plans h.m.s. glasgow scale 1/96 suitable for radio contro
digital full-size plans h.m.s. glasgow scale 1/96 suitable for radio contro
digital full-size plans h.m.s. glasgow scale 1/96 suitable for radio contro
digital full-size plans h.m.s. glasgow scale 1/96 suitable for radio contro
digital full-size plans h.m.s. glasgow scale 1/96 suitable for radio contro

Digital Full-Size Plans H.M.S. GLASGOW Scale 1/96 Suitable for Radio Contro

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Digital Full-Size Plans will be Emailed only as a PDF.

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Buy as a USB stick which can hold up to eight plans for multiple purchases.

USB, in PDF, JPEG, and TIFF formats are shipped by first class airmail.

You may have the plans printed at a print shop or tile printed on your home printer.

H.M.S. GLASGOW

BRISTOL CLASS LIGHT CRUISER (1909-1910)

Digital Full Size Plan prints on a sheet 60” x30” Plans

Digital Article description Four pages

Digital files are PDF, USB Card includes TIFF and JPEG

Printing………..MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE

 …………………………ALSO INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRINTING AT HOME

USB Card includes several articles on building model boats files are PDF and JPEG

Scale 1/96

Length 56 1/4
Power Electric

Suitable for Radio Control

I can supply other Scales please Email for Price

A first attempt at a tinplate hull

PRIOR to aircraft, reconnaissance duty was mainly carried out by fast light cruisers acting as scouts, probing ahead of the main force to locate enemy units. The 1908-09 Navy estimates allowed for the laying down of five 25-knot light cruisers, and the contract for hulls and machinery was allocated to the yards of Brown, Fairfield, Beardmore, Vickers and Elswick, the Elswick boat being engined by Wallsend Slipway. The ships were completed in 1910-11 and were 450 ft. long, 47 ft. wide and displaced 4,800 tons, with a complement of 376. All were named after towns:—Bristol, Glasgow, Gloucester, Liverpool and Newcastle. With the exception of Bristol, fitted with Curtis turbines driving twin screws, they had Parsons turbines and quadruple screws. 25 knots could be exceeded and most were capable of 27 knots.

They carried a 6 in. gun fore and aft and five 4 in. guns a side between low bulwarks; the broadside was 355 lb.

The high forecastle was recessed to allow forward fire to the foremost 4 in. guns. There were also two submerged 18 in. torpedo tubes. All saw considerable service in World War I but perhaps HMS Glasgow will be best remembered, being present at the battle of Coronel and taking part in the battle of the Falkland Islands. She also assisted in the destruction of the German light cruiser Dresden, sister ship to the famous raider Emden previously accounted for by HMAS Sydney.

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