It's Rodney or Nelson. Both were built to a strange design to meet the requirements of a treaty signed sometime between the two world wars. I think that they were truncated from an original design that would have put them way over the maximum allowable size.
I've lightened it up to try to see the ships number. No such luck as that Brumas has probably deleted it. One of the ex-matelots will identify this in no time... I'm just guessing at the names of the old time ships and hoping one of them is correct. I could go on but will have to start singing all the old sailors songs in my head. The matelots will know which song those three names come from.
I actually remember seeing these ships in the flesh as it were. But the memory isn't good enough to distinguish between them..
My first ship was HMS Vanguard, I was victualled on board it for 24 hours in 1947. Never left the quayside though, which is just as well as I would have been sea sick. I liken myself to Lord Nelson himself. Both he and I were always seasick for the first day at sea. After that we were fine (no Brumas... It wasn't the same era).