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  • HM Airship No 3, at Kingsnorth 1914

    HM Airship No 3, at Kingsnorth 1914

    (art) Made by: Hamilton, Vereker 1914

    Art.IWM ART 862

    image: The interior of an enormous hangar containing an airship that is anchored to the ground. There are two large ladders directly below it and the small figures of workers on the floor of the hangar. The airship itself is a tri-lobed Coastal Class...

  • 'R 34' and 'R 29' in the Shed at East Fortune

    'R 34' and 'R 29' in the Shed at East Fortune

    (art) Made by: Cooper, Alfred Egerton 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4086

    image: Two enormous airships being worked on within a hangar-like aircraft shed. Workers are visible on the ground, appearing tiny next to the airships.

  • The Engine Room, HM Trawler Mackenzie

    The Engine Room, HM Trawler Mackenzie

    (art) Made by: Dodd, Francis

    Art.IWM ART 897

    image: two men stand in an enclosed space surrounded by the heavy machinery of a ship's engine room. The man to the right, wearing a cap, has his left hand on the engine-room telegraph apparatus, while the man to the left, with a pipe in his mouth,...

  • 'Rigids' At Pulham, 1918. R23 Type British Airships at Pulham St Mary, Norfolk

    'Rigids' At Pulham, 1918. R23 Type British Airships at Pulham St Mary, Norfolk

    (art) Made by: Lavery, John 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1256

    image: A view of the interior of an airship hangar showing the rear fins of two rigid airships. There is a tank and a number of figures walking across the hangar floor. A long ladder reaches from the ground to the rear point of the airship on the left.

  • Rigid 29 and NS 7 At East Fortune

    Rigid 29 and NS 7 At East Fortune

    (art) Made by: Lavery, John 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1277

    image: The interior view of a hangar with two rigid airships, and figures standing on the floor beneath.

  • A Torpedoed American Troopship Sinking

    A Torpedoed American Troopship Sinking

    (art) Made by: Wheatley, John 1918

    Art.IWM ART 2248

    image: The interior of a cabin of a troopship, which appears to be filling with water as a result of the ship being torpedoed. The cabin has a bunk bed and a ladder on the wall to the left.

  • At The Hydroplanes, HM Submarine, L7

    At The Hydroplanes, HM Submarine, L7

    (art) Made by: Dodd, Francis 1918

    Art.IWM ART 921

    image: a portrait of two men seated on folding stools in front of a bank of equipment and fittings, operating two large control wheels.

  • Work in the Dog Watches, HM Submarine, L7

    Work in the Dog Watches, HM Submarine, L7

    (art) Made by: Dodd, Francis 1918-07-01

    Art.IWM ART 918

    image: five sailors are sitting close together in the interior of a submarine. In the foreground, one is sewing, while others are reading or cutting their fingernails.

  • A Cook in the Galley, HM Trawler Mackenzie

    A Cook in the Galley, HM Trawler Mackenzie

    (art) Made by: Dodd, Francis

    Art.IWM ART 896

    image: three-quarter portrait of an man in overalls and cap, holding a mug in his left hand. He is sitting in a galley, with a large range, a pot and kettle on the left

  • The Stokehold, HM Trawler Mackenzie

    The Stokehold, HM Trawler Mackenzie

    (art) Made by: Dodd, Francis

    Art.IWM ART 903

    image: in a cramped enclosed space of metal plating and machinery, a stoker is bent over shovelling coal from a bunker into a boiler.

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