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USS Baltimore (C-3) / (CM-1)

Cruiser Warship

USS Baltimore C-3 was commissioned in 1890 and saw service into the early 1920s before being given up.
Authored By: Staff Writer | Edited: 1/5/2018
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Year: 1890
Ships-in-Class: 1
Named Ships: USS Baltimore (C-3)
Complement: 386
Length: 336 ft (102.41 m)
Width: 48.5 ft (14.78 m)
Height: 20.5 ft (6.25 m)
Displacement (Surface): 4,500 tons
Propulsion: 4 x Coal-fired boiler units feeding 2 x Horizontal triple-expansion engines developing 10,500 horsepower to 2 x Shafts.
Speed (Surface): 19 kts (22 mph)
Operators: United States


4 x 8" (203mm) /45 caliber Mark 4 main guns.
6 x 6" (152mm) /30 caliber Mark 3 secondary guns.
4 x 6-pounder (57mm) guns
2 x 3-pounder (47mm) guns
2 x 1-pounder (37mm) guns
2 x 0.45 caliber Gatling guns

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