Model of the Archibald Russell

This model of the ship Archibald Russell would have been created as a visual aids to help people understand what a new ship would look like. They are sometimes referred to as  exhibition models.

Courtesy South Australian Maritime Museum Collection

The Archibald Russell was built by Scott’s Ship Building and Engineering Co. Ltd in Greenock. She was the last sailing ship to be built on the Clyde. The vessel was built in 1905 and she sailed the world delivering timber, grain, nitrate, and coal to various ports in the UK, Germany, Spain, Australia, Brazil.

She was considered to be one of the last of the famous multi-masted Wind Jammers.

Imagine a sea voyage on the Archibald Russell.

What experiences would you have?

Rough seas, storms, sunsets or sea creatures?

Tell us your Windjammer tale.

This model from our collection is actually on board the Tall Ship at Riverside, Glasgow.

See thetallship.com

Want to find out more about the vessel then visit this Australian website:






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