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HMS Royal Oak (1862)

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HMS Royal Oak was a Prince Consort-class armoured frigate built for the Royal Navy in the 1860s. The lead ship of her class, she is sometimes described as a half-sister to the other three ships because of her different engine and boiler arrangements. Like her sisters, she was converted into an ironclad from a wooden ship of the line that was still under construction. [1]

She was built by Chatham Dockyard, and launched in 1862[2]

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  1. | Wikipedia
  2. The Engineer 1862/09/12