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Pre dreadnought battleships of the Admiral Class included HMS Anson, HMS Camperdown, HMS Benbow, HMS Collingwood, HMS Howe and HMS Rodney. HMS Anson, launched 17th February 1886, But their completion was delayed due to the delay in the production of their big guns. During their service life they served in the Home fleet and Mediterranean fleet. HMS Rodney  was placed in B reserve at Chatham from July 1906 before being sold for breaking in June 1909 while HMS Howe was repaired after grounding on rocks in Ferrol Harbour in 1892 and afterwards joined the Mediterranean Fleet in 1893. Howe was then sold in 1910.

Displacement: 10,600 tons.     I.H.P: 11,500.     Length: 330 ft.     Beam: 68ft 6 in.     Speed: 16.9 knots.    Complement: 515.    Max draught: 27ft 3 in.   Armament: four 67 ton guns, four 6 in guns, twelve 6 pounder guns and ten 3 pounder quick-firers.  Partial belt of 18 in composite armour.

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HMS COLLINGWOOD 22ND NOVEMBER 1882 SOLD FOR B/U 11TH MAY 1909
HMS ANSON 17TH FEBRUARY 1886 SOLD FOR B/U 13TH JULY 1909
HMS CAMPERDOWN 24TH NOVEMBER 1885 SOLD FOR B/U 11TH JULY 1911
HMS HOWE 28TH APRIL 1885 SOLD FOR B/U 10TH NOVEMBER 1910
HMS RODNEY 8TH OCTOBER 1884 SOLD FOR B/U 16TH JUNE 1909
HMS BENBOW 15TH JUNE 1885 SOLD FOR B/U 13TH JULY 1909

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HMS Collingwood, 1887.

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HMS Collingwood, 1887.

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