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HMS Bellerophon

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1865/6 HMS Bellerophon, an ironclad battleship, was launched. Designed by Sir E. J. Reed.

1904 The Bellerophon and Temeraire were fitted up under the superintendence of Engineer-Capt. Haddy, R.N., as instruction ships and workshops. The work was undertaken by Palmers' Shipbuilding and Iron Company, Limited, Jarrow-on-Tyne.

1904 Bellerophon was rebuilt as a training ship[1] and renamed Indus III, before finally being sold in 1922.

1907 The next HMS Bellerophon was a Bellerophon-class battleship launched in 1907

1921 She was sold for breaking up in 1921.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1904/04/22