The casemate ironclad CSS Atlanta was converted from the Scottish-built Finegal in 1862. It was considered to be one of the most powerful confederate ironclads. On 17 June 1863, it engaged the Passaic class monitors USS Weehawken and USS Nahant in Wassaw Sound. After running aground, Atlanta was damaged by shots from Weehawken’s from the 15-inch Dahlgren gun and surrendered. She was later put into Union service, where she served on the James River. After the war, she was sold to Haiti, but sank when being transferred.
The was designed for 1/600. If size is reduced by 50%, it can be printed in 1/1200. Printing was tested on a resin printer.