The Gladiator on her side after the collision (Vintage print, c. 1910)
The Gladiator on Her Side After the Collision
Photograph by S Cribb, Southsea
Original print in cream-coloured mount.
On 25 April 1908, HMS Gladiator foundered when she was rammed in a snow storm by the steamer, SS Saint Paul off the coast of the Isle of Wight. SS Saint Paul made it safely into harbour in Southampton, but although HMS Gladiator settled in relatively shallow water, 28 lives were lost, and only 3 bodies recovered.
Mount: 262 mm x 207 mm (approx. 10.25 in x 8.2 in)
Window: 159 mm x 105 mm (approx. 6.25 in x 4.25 in)
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|Dimensions||30 × 24 × 1 cm|