A few more guns have been ‘found’ and a large number of pictures of various guns have been added to the Ordnance Society’s ‘Flickr’ account, and linked to their respective guns.
This first Ordnance Society Survey has been much improved by the photos that people have been sending in, as well as the updated information and occasional ‘new’ gun being added to the list. See the “GUN SURVEYS” page.
We will be launching our next survey, on UK Artillery, very soon.
An updated version has just been uploaded with MANY more picture links and new data. Additional information and pictures of these guns is still required – a data input/update form is available on the “GUN SURVEYS” page.
Another update has just been uploaded with more pictures linked in.
Hard-copy Newsletter No. 132 was posted this afternoon, a few days earlier than expected.
The latest Newsletter, No. 132, is now available for download from the PUBLICATIONS page on the Ordnance Society website. The file has just been sent to the printer, who has promised delivery at the end of this week. Members who have opted for hard copy should have these posted to them by the end of next week.
An new spreadsheet has been uploaded, with a large number of guns now linked to their photos.
Very best wishes to all our members and followers for Christmas and, hopefully, a much better and more normal New Year.
There are even more photo links added to the survey, including some in the UK and the USA. More photos of guns are still required, as well as data updates.
The Naval Dockyards Society’s 25th Annual Conference on March 27th 2021 will be ‘livestreamed’. An updated call for papers is on the ORDNANCE RELATED EVENTS page.