Rigged model of PS 'Scotia'

Made:
1861 in River Clyde, Govan, Scotland and Glasgow
specifier:
The Cunard Line

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Rigged model of the P.S. 'Scotia' (1861), Cunard liner, with 8 life boats with oars, 2 masts, 2 funnels, 2 paddle
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Rigged model of the P.S. 'Scotia' (1861), Cunard liner, with 8 life boats with oars, 2 masts, 2 funnels, 2 paddle
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Builder's, whole, rigged model, scale 1:48 of the PS 'Scotia' (1861), he last Cunard, transatlantic paddle steamer, by Robert Napier and Sons, Govan, Glasgow, Scotland, 1861

Builder's, whole, rigged model of PS 'Scotia', 1861. Scale 1:48. The last Cunard, transatlantic paddle steamer, built by Robert Napier and Sons, at Govan.

Details

Category:
Water Transport
Object Number:
1867-24
Materials:
complete, copper, cotton, glass, paint, steel, wood (unknown)
type:
paddle steamers
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • vehicle - transportation
credit:
R. Napier and Sons
status:
Permanent collection

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