Coastlines CL-M03B Baron Jedburgh in disruptive camouflage 1943 1/1250
Baron Jedburgh is a 1/1250 scale waterline resin model of the tramping ship painted in a disruptive camouflage pattern as photographed in the harbour at Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1942/43 by Coastlines Models, CL-M03B.
Baron Jedburgh was unusual in having a disruptive camouflage pattern painted on the hull and superstructure during WW2. At the time of the photograph she had a minesweeping gantry mounted over the bow, see photograph. Baron Jedburgh was torpedoed by U532 and sank on the 10th March 1945.