HMS Consort R-76 / D-76
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HMS Consort R-76 seen on the CLyde shortly after completion.
(Photo courtesy of Philip J. Heydon, I.S.M.)



HMS Consort R-76 during a full astern trial on the Clyde off Dunnon, Scotland. Note that X turret has not been
yet been fitted.
(Caption by Thomas J. Flanagan, R.N.)



HMS Consort R-76, date and location unknown.



HMS Consort R-76 seen at Hong Kong.
(Photo from the collection of Able Seaman James Edwards, R.N.)
Courtesy of Graham Edwards



HMS Consort R-76 seen at Hong Kong.
(Photo from the collection of Able Seaman James Edwards, R.N.)
Courtesy of Graham Edwards



April 1949: Shrapnel damage to HMS Consort R-76 received from Communist Chinese forces in the Yangtze Incident.
(Photo from the collection of Able Seaman James Edwards, R.N.)
Courtesy of Graham Edwards



April 1949: Shrapnel damage to the funnel of HMS Consort R-76 received from Communist Chinese forces in the Yangtze Incident.
(Photo from the collection of Able Seaman James Edwards, R.N.)
Courtesy of Graham Edwards



HMS Consort D-76 seen at Singapore, probably repairing damage received in the Yangtze Incident.
(Photo from the collection of Able Seaman James Edwards, R.N.)
Courtesy of Graham Edwards



HMS Consort D-76 seen at Singapore, probably repairing damage received in the Yangtze Incident.
(Photo from the collection of Able Seaman James Edwards, R.N.)
Courtesy of Graham Edwards



HMS Consort D-76 seen on speed trials between Singapore and Hong Kong.
(Photo from the collection of Able Seaman James Edwards, R.N.)
Courtesy of Graham Edwards





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