Chatham Historic Dockyard Railway

Manning, Wardle & Co. Ltd. 0-4-0ST Works No.386, Built 1871.

5 ships have borne the name H.M.S. TRAFALGAR.

  1. Was a 106-gun first-rate ship, launched in 1820.
    In 1825 was renamed H.M.S. CAMPERDOWN.
    Between 1854 and 1857 it was used for harbour service.
    In 1857 it became a coal hulk.
    In 1882 it was remamed H.M.S. PITT and sold in 1906.
  2. Was a 110-gun first-rate ship, launched in 1844 and converted to screw propulsion in 1859.
    In 1873 it was renamed H.M.S.BOSCAWEN and sold in 1906.
  3. Was a Trafalgar-class battleship, the keel was laid down on the 18th January 1886 and launched on the 20th September 1887.
    The ship was commissioned on the 2nd April 1890.
    On the 9th March 1911 it was sold for breaking up.
  4. Was a Battle-class destroyer, launched on the 12th January 1944.
    It was sold for breaking up at Dalmuir in July 1970.
  5. Was a Trafalgar-class submarine, launched in 1981.
    The vessel was decommissioned in 2009.

Locomotive similar to TRAFALGAR
Although not TRAFALGAR, this loco is of very similar design.
©Unknown circa 1871
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