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Tea being unloaded at the London Docks from the Louden Castle.Tea being unloaded at the London Docks from the Louden Castle.
Tea being unloaded at the London Docks from the Louden Castle.

© National Maritime Museum, London

Repro ID: H5964
Title: Tea being unloaded at the London Docks from the Louden Castle.
Description: In December 1877 the 'Louden Castle' discharged 40,000 packages of China tea at the London Docks.
Creator: Illustrated London News December 1877 page 544
Date: 1877
Credit line: National Maritime Museum


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