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HMS Intrepid

HMS Intrepid built by London and Glasgow at Glasgow and laid down in 12890 , launched 20th June 1891 and completed in 1894.  served until 1906 when she was laid up before being converted into a minelayer. this work being done between 1907 and 1910.  Became a depot shop in 1916-1917 moving  in 1917 to the White Sea. lastly becoming a Blockship and was scuttled at Zeebrugge on the 23rd April 1918.

Displacement: 3400 Tons  (some of the class were wood and Copper sheathed for tropical service this increased weight to 3600 tons) Speed:  20 knots,  Crew: 273  Armament: Two 6 - inch Guns  Six 4.7-inch QF guns,  Eight 6 pounder and One 3 pdr Quick Firing Guns. Four machine Guns.  Four 14-inch Torpedo Tubes

HMS Intrepid 20th June 1891 Sunk as blockship on 23rd April 1918.

HMS Intrepid before she was sunk as a blockship.  

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HMS Intrepid pictured pre 1896. 

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HMS Intrepid.  

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HMS Intrepid, 1910.

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