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London Class battleships of the Royal Navy, HMS Bulwark, HMS London, HMS Venerable, HMS Queen and HMS Prince of Wales, launched between September 1899 and March 1902 pre-dreadnought battleships. 

Armament:  four 12 inch guns in pairs, twelve 6 inch guns singles, sixteen 12 pdr guns, two 12 pdr guns, six 3 pdr guns, two maxims and four torpedo tubes.    Length: 400ft    Displacement: 14,500 load and deep load 15,700 tons.   Speed: 18 knots.   Complement: 750 (789 as flagship).

                   

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HMS BULWARK 18TH OCTOBER 1899 BLOWN UP 26TH NOVEMBER 1914
HMS LONDON 21ST SEPTEMBER 1899 SOLD FOR B/U 4TH JUNE 1920
HMS VENERABLE 8TH MARCH 1902 SOLD FOR B/U 4TH JUNE 1920
HMS QUEEN 8TH MARCH 1902 SOLD FOR B/U 4TH SEPTEMBER 1920
HMS PRINCE OF WALES 25TH MARCH 1902 SOLD FOR B/U 12TH APRIL 1920
HMS Venerable

HMS Venerable, 1902.

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HMS Venerable.

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HMS Venerable, 1902.

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HMS Venerable 

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HMS Venerable pictured c.1915

 

London Class battleship.

 

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I am researching the landing at Gaba Tepe 25/4/15 and would like to know how to find the logs of ships involved ( inc London, Prince of Wales, Queen, even merchant ships eg Minnewaska etc).  I will be coming to UK from Australia in 2004  so would appreciate any leads.  Thanks, John Glennon    email here