|Sprue D has the flying deck bulkheads with plate line detail, various superstructure blocks; underwater gear such as rudder, propellers with the blades at different
angles, propeller shafts and shaft supports; masts, yards and booms (not covered in the Combrig kit); search light positions and some smaller deck fittings. There
is good detail on all of these parts. Sprue E has the funnels, funnel caps, aft superstructure deck with holes for the tripod legs, whaler, steam launch, two smaller
boats and balsa raft. The steam launch has an open cockpit in the deck piece and molded in funnel. However, there are no coal scuttles and the funnel opening is
solid and no planking detail in the whaler as found in the Combrig kit. The balsa raft does have platform detail. Sprue F is fairly small with a boat skid flying deck
and three interior supports for the hull. G sprue is also fairly small. This sprue has the name plate, forward funnel base, bridge overhead, flying upper navigation
deck and bridge deck. The bridge deck rests on top of the forward superstructure and has openings for inclined ladders, locater holes for searchlights and QF guns
and raised outlines for deck houses.
There are two J sprues, which have the gun turrets and guns. In the title photograph I list the kit as the 1915 fit but I am wrong. This is the 1908 fit as built. The
turrets have base plates for 3-pdr guns, one per turret. The ship was completed with these small QF guns on each turret but they were removed prior to World
War One. However, you can fill the locater hole and leave them off if you wish to build the 1915 fit. The turrets look very nice with centerline cupola and access
hatch at the rear of their crowns, raised anti-skid lines and gun commander elongated cupolas on the forward crown, The side turret angles seem to match the
photographs and profile of the ship. The gun barrels, both 12-inch and 9.2-inch, have open muzzles. Other parts on these sprues and two-piece control tops,
windlasses, cable reels, deck winches, open chocks, boat davits, anchors, tripod legs, range finders, brackets, some small yards and other smaller fittings. There
are also two K sprues. These sprues have nice one-piece 12-pdr guns (K10), one-piece 3-pdr guns (K16), six open boats and a stem launch per sprue, search
lights, mushroom ventilators, jack and flag staff supports, life buoys, flying deck support pillars, steam pipes, and the torpedo net booms.