The Honble East India Compys Steamers Irrawaddy and Ganges built at Messrs Kyds & Co Dock-yard (Kidderpore near Calcutta.) (Plan, 1830)

A page of two diagrammatic representations of the Irrawaddy and Ganges, presumably built using the same dimensions. The upper is a front elevation depiction of the hull, bisected to distinguish the contours of the bow (left) and stern (right) and their respective measurements. The lower image depicts a partially-sectioned plan view of the starboard side of the hull, featuring only the stern and bow areas. The scale ratio is an eighth of an inch to a foot.

Object Details

ID: PAD6671
Collection: Fine art
Type: Print
Display location: Not on display
Creator: Tassin, Jean Baptiste Athanase; Government Litho Press
Vessels: Irrawaddy (1827); Ganges [HEIC]
Date made: 1827
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: Mount: 239 mm x 305 mm

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