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HMS Audacious, 1870.

MPL0056. HMS Audacious, 1870.

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HMS Audacious - Battleship

Country : UK
Launched : 27th February 1869

HMS Audacious was built at Glasgow by Napier. and laid down on the 26th June `867 being launched 27th February 1869 and was damaged while being launched in a gale. and completed 10th September 1870. She was the first Royal Naval Iron Hulled Warship to be lighter than designed. Taken form Napier's yard at Govan to Plymouth for completion. entered service in October 1870 as Guard ship at Kingstown. them being transferred to Hull in 1871 until 1874. In 1874 re commissioned as Flagship for the china station. damaged during a typhoon at Yokohama. Relieved at the China Station by HMS Iron Duke returned to Chatham to be paid off. Became guard ship at Hull between 1878 and 1880/ went into refit in 1880 for new boilers to be fitted. returned to service in 12883.. returning to the China Station . In 1889 returned to Chatham for refit and in 1890 until 12894 served at Hull. went into reserve with the 4th fleet betwen 1894 and 1901. then converted into the training Hulk Fisgard at Portsmouth between 1902 and 1914. In 1914 was towed to Scapa Flow to be become receiving Hulk Imperious until end of world war One . and in 1919 moved to Rosyth to become receiving Hulk Victorious. until 1927. being sold on 15th march 1929.

Renamed Fisgard April 1904.

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