HMS Belfast


Morning Glory

HMS Belfast sailing up Belfast Lough, early morning, in 1948.

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Originally built by Harland & Wolff in Belfast just before World War Two, HMS Belfast is shown coming home on an official visit to the City after a very active and illustrious wartime career especially escorting Russian convoys.
For instance, she played an important role during the Battle of North Cape and the D-Day Normandy bombardments.
See HMS Belfast’s service history here.

Technical Details

Conservation quality signed print of pencil and scalpel blade drawing.
Print size: 17.5 x 29 cm