HMS VICTORY BEING TOWED INTO NO 2 DOCK IN 1922
The HMS Victory ended her operational career in 1812 but continued to serve as a flagship moored at Portsmouth Harbour. Restored in No 2 Dry Dock - now to her appearance as at Trafalgar - she is still an H.M. Ship in commission, the oldest serving warship of any navy. This, of course, was the en...
- Id: hms-victory-dock_for_restoration_1922-b1p-008-b2p-109
- Name: HMS VICTORY BEING TOWED INTO NO 2 DOCK IN 1922
- Media: Oil on canvas
- Section: NELSON'S SHIPS
- Book 1 Page: 8
- Book 2 Page: 109