The steamer WINDSOR CASTLE

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The steamer WINDSOR CASTLE

This is the original builder's model of the WINDSOR CASTLE, the first Clyde built ship to have a steel hull. The vessel was built by Caird and Company of Greenock in 1859 and established steel as the material of the future for ship's hulls.

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Location

Greenock

Culture
Period

1859

Theme
Size
H:
28cm
W:
128cm
Colour
Material

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