CRUISER BIRMINGHAM Detailed in the Original Builders’ Plan


From a series of books featuring full-color reproductions of the famous “admiralty draughts” used by the Royal Navy including: Plans of each deck, 12 transverse sections, and a longitudinal profile. A further set of plans drawn in November 1943 shows the arrangement of the ship from forecastle deck and above.  A number of traditional line drawings, including diagrams of the aircraft and catapult arrangements, fire control positions, rigging layout, and isometric “incident board” plans from 1952 + there are colour diagrams depicting the armour arrangement and the interior of the 6-inch turrets.

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