T.B. 49 Class Torpedo Boat (1888)
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|T.B. 49||Yarrow & Company||1888|
|T.B. 50||Yarrow & Company||1888|
Originally, these boats may have been considered for provision with alternative armament schemes wherein guns and torpedo tubes could be swapped out to emphasise one role over another, as in the 125 Footers, but in 1888 a decision was made to abolish this practice.
- Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 105.
- Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 1888. p. 3.
|T.B. 49 Class Second-class Torpedo Boat|
|T.B. 49||T.B. 50|
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