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Thursday, 22 February 2018

Royal Arsenal Museum 2017: Smaller and Post-war ships

Whilst looking through the image files on my computer, I discovered that I had not finished sharing the photographs that I took last year during our visit to the Royal Arsenal Museum (or Tøjhusmuseet) in Copenhagen.

Lossen (Mine Vessel)



Tumleren and Hvalrossen (Torpedo Boats)


Daphne (D1) and Havmanden (H1) (Submarines)


Willemoes (Torpedo Boat)


Søløven (P510) (Fast Torpedo Boat)


Lommen (P567) (Fast Torpedo Boat)



Olfert Fischer (F353) (Corvette)


Peder Skram (F352) (Frigate)


Flyvefisken (P550) (Patrol Boat)


Narhvalen (S320) (Submarine)


Delfinen (S326) (Submarine)


Ingolf (F350) (Ocean Patrol Vessel)


Daphne (P530) (Patrol Boat)


Bopa (MHV90) (Coastal Patrol Craft/Home Guard Cutter)


Hjortø (MHV85) (Motor Minesweeper/Coastal Patrol Craft/Home Guard Cutter)


4 comments:

  1. Glad you found more...such beautiful models.

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    1. David Cuatt,

      If you are ever in Copenhagen, I strongly recommend that you pay a visit to the museum.

      All the best,

      Bob

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  2. BOB,
    Thank you for sharing your photos from Copenhagen. Superb examples of the Model Shipwright's efforts - very inspiring. Cheers. KEV.

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    1. Kev Robertson,

      My photographs only cover part of the collection, which is truly impressive.

      All the best,

      Bob

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