Hms Warrior Portsmouth, United Kingdom

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Authenticity. History. Experience. Educational. Se...

Crowded in Summer.

It is many moons since last I wrote about a ship, that being the S.S. Great Britain, which given the slightest opportunity, I urge you to visit in Bristol. Why mention that here? Well, there are many similarities between the two preserved ships and, I rather suspect that, an enthusiast of one is...

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Excellent

Insight into the progression of warship design

None - but as a ship, not easily accessible for th...

If every warship in the 19th century still existed and was available for preservation, Warrior would still be my first choice. Those were the words of Sir John Smith, businessman and philanthropist whose personal efforts were instrumental both in the saving of the Warrior and the setting up of...

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Excellent

many to see.

none for me.

On 11 September 2010 I visited HMS Warrior 1860 for first time. Brief history about HMS Warrior 1860: HMS Warrior 1860 was built in the late 19th century and was the largest, fastest and more power warship in the world. However it never fired in any field and ten years later the technology was...

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Super

“HMS Warrior”

published 25/04/2005

Very intresting, stair -lift for disabled people

Low celinged, windy corners

HMS Warrior pride of Queen Victoria is one of the last surviving iron clad ships made by Isembard kingdom Brunel. If you don't know who he is, he was the designer of the Clifton suspension bridge in Bristol. She joined the fleet in 1860 as part of Britain's answer to a troubled peace with France...

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Excellent

“More about HMS Warrior”

published 26/05/2009

Great real-time history

A little difficulty if you are disabled

As an ex-Royal Navy man this ship has always fascinated me. I have been a supporter for around 18 years and although (through distance - I live in the Midlands) I have only been able to visit a few times and being disabled didn't always make it easy, I think this is a truly wonderful ship...

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