Here are some photographs of a recent build, the 1/700 sclae Combrig HMS Hannibal as she appeared circa 1902.  I didn't realize it until I did some research for the build, but only the last three of this class had the conning tower under the bridge. The
first six had the bridge in back of the conning tower and the foremast was through the bridge rather than behind it. Photo-etch railings and bridge supports were used, and caenis line used for the rigging. I used a very thin black decal for the cheat lines
and lifeboat trim. Masts and torpedo net booms scratch-built. A fun build!

Bob Cicconi
West Chester, Pennsylvania