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Jools mckenna

Help needed in identifying ships.

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Hyacinth1326
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I recall seeing the second image labelled rightly or wrongly as Nottingham

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Jools mckenna
Posted (edited)
16 minutes ago, Hyacinth1326 said:

Second image could be Town class

I think you're right.

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Jools mckenna
27 minutes ago, Hyacinth1326 said:

I recall seeing the second image labelled rightly or wrongly as Nottingham

I found a very similar side shot of the Nottingham but not the same photo.

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seaJane

No 3 a pre-dreadnought? Agamemnon?

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poacherbold
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Photo 3 is, I think, HMS Commonwealth of the King Edward Class. Identifiable from the rest of the class by the single band around its forward funnel.

Ref. Janes Fighting Ships of World War One.

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Malcolm12hl

The first photograph is of a M Class coastal monitor, armed with a 9.2 inch gun.  These vessels were not named, the ships with this hull and gun arrangement simply being numbered M.19 to M.28.

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