Ian, here's an image of the model at Auckland Museum.It's in a glass case in a non photogenically lit room, so the pic's not the best quality. Other efforts to try and get the whole ship in failed. In the lower corner is a shell fragment from Jutland.
Search light with the case behind.
One of her secondary guns outside.
Here are some artefacts in the navy museum at Torpedo Bay. Another model.
A nice picture.
least there was some change in ideas.
The Royal Navy was more advanced in conceiving possibilities for the use of aeroplanes in combat than the RFC. The decision to turn the three sisters into carriers actually came during the war itself with a porposal to sink the High Seas Fleet in its own anchorage at Wilhelmshaven using torpedoplanes.