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After the war,'' Roanoke'' was decommissioned but retained in reserve. From January 1874 to June 1875, ''Roanoke'' served in her only post-war active service, as flagship of the Port Admiral for New York City. Following this service, she was placed into the ordinary, and eventually sold for scrapping in 1883. She remains a favorite with modellers, enthusiasts, and wargamers to the present day. A particularly striking model of the ship is available in 1/600 scale from [http://www.thoroughbredmodels.com/ Thoroughbred Miniatures], and is excellent for miniature wargaming purposes.
 
After the war,'' Roanoke'' was decommissioned but retained in reserve. From January 1874 to June 1875, ''Roanoke'' served in her only post-war active service, as flagship of the Port Admiral for New York City. Following this service, she was placed into the ordinary, and eventually sold for scrapping in 1883. She remains a favorite with modellers, enthusiasts, and wargamers to the present day. A particularly striking model of the ship is available in 1/600 scale from [http://www.thoroughbredmodels.com/ Thoroughbred Miniatures], and is excellent for miniature wargaming purposes.
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