Stove, galley, oven, firehearth, chimney - tech. details and development over time at different navies

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The Brodie Stove of the HMS Victory from the book by Arthur Bugler



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and the information of the stove given by McGowen and McKay


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From the book
THE HISTORY OF THE FRENCH FRIGATE 1650-1850
by Jean Boudriot & Hubert Berti

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I thought some might be interested in this tutorial on how to build a Brodie stove. The scale is 1:64. I used this as a basis for the 1:32 Brodie stove in my Lauck Street AVS build.

http://hmsfly.com/brodieGalleyStove.html
Hello Dave, Thank you very much for your very detailed plans of the Galley Stove. I have been wondering just how I would go about this and you have made it so much easier for me, ENJOY.
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models in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam - both in the public exhibition


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Model of a ship’s galley, anonymous, anonymous, c. 1799 - c. 1820
wood, brass and tinned copper, h 37.7cm × w 48.8cm × d 37.2cm

Food was prepared in the ship’s galley. This model represents how a galley would have looked on French naval ships from around 1799. One side was used to cook for the officers, the other for the rest of the crew. The ideal of equality promoted by the 1789 French Revolution clearly had not yet extended to the French navy.

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Model of a Ship's Galley, G. Kollaard, J. Kollaard, 1836
wood, brass and tinned copper, h 37.3cm × w 66.7cm × d 42.2cm



 

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The ships Galley of the french 12 pdr frigate La Belle Poule (1765) taken from the planset made by Jean Boudriot & Hubert Berti

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On the ancre web-page, there are very good photos available, showing the amazing model of the Belle Poule, built by Bernard Frölich, and also some details of the top of the galley / chimney.
Frölich is well known for his book
The Art of Shipmodeling / L'ART DU MODELISME / Die Kunst des Modellbaus
which is also available from ancre


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Hi Uwek. Another book that should also help on this search for info on Domestic arrangements which is about Fire hearths and Iron stoves. Peter Goodwin book, The construction and fitting of the Sailing Man of War 1650 to 1850. The info on stoves is on page 160-163. Gary
 
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This is an interesting topic to me. When I was researching our Great Lakes schooner model, it was easy to find information about the big cooking and heating iron stove in the deck cabin towards the stern. Many wrecks have them visible and you can see the stovepipe in a few old photos. For the crew quarters in the forecastle, however, I talked to various experts and nobody could say how the stove pipe from their little pot bellied stove or Quebec heater was routed. There are not that many period photos of the deck area forward and I couldn't find it in any photos. They definitely existed, but none of the people I communicated with had seen them on wrecks -- they wouldnt survive a sinking.
 

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From the building log of the Printz Friederich



The stove of this ship of the line - fifferent to the often seen Bodie-stove, it is the danish way the stoves were constructed in this time

Once, during my visit of the war museum in Kopenhagen, I made some photos: of a stove model:

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Stove, galley, oven, firehearth, chimney - tech. details and development over time at different navies

Very cool, Uwe!
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This here is a contemporary danish drawing of such a type - smaller one

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The type of stove and the size is clearly shown in the original contemporary drawing of the Printz Friederich

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and now we come to the modelingt of the stove

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It is a normal and not oversized match !!!
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and now the same stove with blackened iron parts

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Also very interesting topic was posted by @CaptainsCabin


which I want to add and copy here in this topic - Many Thanks for this interesting and helpful post - BTW: your Brodie is looking very good


By @CaptainsCabin :

This Alexander Brodie Galley Stove 1:64 scale model was scratch built by mistake, as I was advised it was too modern for HMS Fly! The Brodie Stove can be seen on HMS Victory, situated in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, UK. Together with the thumbnail, I have included the research documents I used, a plan of the stove and its construction.

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