Range Finder - HMS Bronington
Dave Wooley with his Worldwide Review of Warships and Warship Modelling
Welcome once again to our regular sortie into the world of fighting ships and this month sees Part Two of our Photo Tour of the Ton Class mine hunter HMS Bronington.
The funnel crest of HMS Bronington
The captain’s seat on the port side of the bridge of HMS Bronington
The arrangements on the starboard side of the bridge
An external picture of the bridge unit looking from the port side, upwards and from aft,
showing the Type 1006 navigation radar on top of it and the chart room behind the wheelhouse
In the full article you will find an extensive collection of photographs of the HMS Bronington, as well as Part Four of our short mini-series about the construction of an OSA Class Fast Missle Boat.
Read the full article in Model Boats June 2017
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