At the same time, far away in the southeast the masts and upperworks of three ironclads rose one after the other out of the sea, beneath clouds of black smoke.
Big iron upperworks rose out of this headlong structure, and from that twin funnels projected and spat a smoking blast shot with fire.
have broken away and were not deposited at the investigated site.
Eddies and gusts of wind are often encountered on the upperworks
of ships on passage, sometimes blowing in a somewhat inexplicable fashion.
In his thesis elevation drawings, Stirling adapted such glimpses of ships' upperworks
looming over walls, with masts counterplayed against masses.
The discharge of warship's own guns, which might crack the glass in the frames of family snapshots in the officers' quarters and cause the pissoirs to fall off the walls in the mess decks, could easily damage an airplane exposed on the upperworks
. HMS Warspite's Fairey Swordfish floatplane performed brilliantly at the second battle of Narvik on April 13, 1940 spotting for Warspite as she helped sink seven German destroyers and the U-64, but in the action against the Italian fleet at Punta Silo on July 3, 1940, the concussion of Warspite's opening salvo shattered the floatplane as it was being readied to launch on its catapult and it had to be simply jettisoned over the side.
Berkswell Windmill's upperworks
are lifted off by restorers.
The GTK's vertical telescopic mast is mounted to the upperworks
, allowing the crane to reach heights of over 459 ft.
The new 61-yard bridge has hardwood upperworks
, specially selected to blend into the surroundings, and has just been lifted into place by a pounds 1 million, 200-ton crane.