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Vernon Torpedo School 1910, Donegal, Marlborough, Warrior, Ariadne.

Vernon Torpedo School 1910, Donegal, Marlborough, Warrior, Ariadne.
Vernon Torpedo School 1910.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PU9456
Description: 'Donegal', 'Marlborough', 'Warrior' and 'Ariadne' were floating storage and depot ships for torpedo vessels at Portsmouth before World War I. This was a sad end for the 'Warrior', which had been the world's most advanced and feared warship when she was launched half a century before.
Creator: William C Cluett
Date: 1910
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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