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It is a portrayal of the Greek hero, ' Bellerophon', a warrior.He fought the Chimera and also caught the winged horse Pegasus, using Minerva’s magic.In the late '60s, he saves Nhem Kiry, soon to become known as 'Pol Pot's mouthpiece'.
In 1858 the ship underwent alterations turning her into a two-decked, steam powered ‘screw battleship’.
This was based on a bust the Surveyor of the Navy had purchased in London.
When the ship was sold for breaking up, the figurehead was added to the small collection at HMS' Ganges'-the boys' training establishment at Shotley, Suffolk.until 1976 when the training establishment closed. HMS ' Trafalgar' was launched in 1841 from Woolwich Dockyard after spending a lengthy 11 years in construction.
' Trafalgar' then became part of the Channel and Mediterranean fleets and in 1865 a guardship at Queensferry.
Between 18 Trafalgar was used as a training ship for cadets and after being renamed ' Boscawen', was stationed at Portland as a boys’ training ship. of London for breaking up after boys training was transferred to Shotley in 1905.