Scots-built aircraft carrier images released

Computer generated images of the HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales aircraft carriers. Picture: PA
Computer generated images of the HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales aircraft carriers. Picture: PA
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NEW computer-generated images that reveal how two aircraft carriers currently being built in Scotland will look when they are completed have been unveiled to the public.

The pictures, which show the Queen Elizabeth Class ships, HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales, were released by designers Aircraft Carrier Alliance today. BAE’s site on the Clyde is one of seven shipbuilding yards across the UK that have collaborated on the construction. The final assembly of the massive vessels is currently taking place at Babcock’s dockyard in Rosyth.