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Quail Class Destroyers.  Photos and history of the Royal Navy destroyers of the Quail Class of 1895.  Quail class destroyers including HMS Quail, HMS Sparrowhawk, HMS Thrasher and HMS Virago.
HMS Quail 24th September 1895 Broken up in 1919.
HMS Sparrowhawk 8th October 1895 Wrecked in 1904.
HMS Thrasher 5th November 1895 Broken up in 1919.
HMS Virago 19th November 1895 Broken up in 1919.
HMS Quail

HMS Quail, August 1908, showing collision damage.

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HMS Quail.

We think this photo is dated around 1909 to 1910, i.e. between when the collision damage from August 1908 was sustained and the post date of this postcard, 15th March 1910. The postcard had been sent by a crew member, describing how he was 'in serious trouble' with Sid Tuck, presumably another member of the crew or Captain.

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HMS Quail, possibly at Port Said.

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HMS Quail at Montreal.

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HMS Quail - ice covered.

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HMS Quail - covered in ice.

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HMS Quail.

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Crew members navigating on HMS Quail.

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Halifax, Canada, 1900.

Photo taken by a crew member of HMS Quail, which was 'hulked in' at Halifax for one month.  HMS Quail arrived at Charlottetown in July / August 1900 with HMS Crescent and HMS Tribune.  Presumably this photo is from that cruise, and the two large ships visible here are HMS Crescent (right, flying flag) and HMS Tribune.

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HMS Sparrowhawk
     

HMS Sparrowhawk On Her Initial Trials in 1895

HMS Sparrowhawk, 1903.

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HMS Thrasher

HMS Thrasher, 1897.

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