The USS New York (BB-34) was first in the New York-class of US Navy battleship, laid down at Brooklyn shipyard in 1911. In 1917 she was assigned to British waters and assisted the British Grand Fleet, being mainly responsible for blockade and escort missions. After the US declared war on Japan, she operated in North Africa (Operation 'Torch') and spent time protecting the North Atlantic and Mediterranean convoys.
- 9 inches long
- Beam span: 1+ inch
- 480+ parts
- 10 sprues, 1 photo etched part