Rochester Queen; Passenger vessel; Ferry

Scale: Unknown. A model of the Rochester Queen made entirely of wood with metal fittings, partly painted in realistic colours with painted and drawn fittings and details. The hull, upper works and superstructure are painted white with a green stripe at the waterline and unpainted decks. The foredeck fittings are drawn apart from the foremast. The superstructure is placed amidships and fittings include an enclosed bridge, a single funnel painted yellow with a company logo and two boats stowed either side of it. There are two rows of port hulls painted along the side of the hull and superstructure. Vessel details are inscribed on the underside of the model.

Object Details

ID: SLR2813.30
Type: Waterline model; Miniature model
Display location: Not on display
Creator: Sir Howard Kennard, Howard
Date made: Unknown
Credit: National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: Overall: 16 mm x 52 mm x 8 mm
Parts: Waterline model

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