Side view of minesweeper HMCS Bayfield

Side view of minesweeper HMCS Bayfield
Here we see a side view of the Bangor class minesweeper HMCS Bayfield. The first Bangor class ships were diesel powered, but there weren't enough suitable engines, so a lengthened 180ft long version was produced, powered by vertical triple expansion engines. The Bayfield was one of these longer ships, and was built in Canada under a British order before being transfered to the Royal Canadian Navy.
How to cite this article: Rickard, J (30 June 2018), Side view of minesweeper HMCS Bayfield, http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_hmcs_bayfield_side.html

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