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11. The paddle steamer Woolwich Belle (1891).
*The paddle steamer Woolwich Belle (1891).The 'Woolwich Belle' was built by Denny & Bros at Dumbarton for the London, Woolwich and Clacton-on-Sea Steamboat Company. Launched on 6 April...
12. The Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital.
*The Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital.The Painted Hall of Greenwich Hospital set for dining. It contains Thornhill's paintings portraying English naval and maritime power. Designed as the...
13. The Painted Hall, Greenwich, 1 June 1843, open to the public as an art gallery.
*The Painted Hall, Greenwich, 1 June 1843, open to the public as an art gallery.Visitors in the Painted Hall, Royal Hospital Greenwich. The painted decoration took nineteen years to complete and was carried out by James...
14. The paddle steamer Princess Mary.
*The paddle steamer Princess Mary.The passenger paddle steamer 'Princess Mary' (1878) passing passing barges moored on the river. She is steaming downriver, with the Tower of London...
15. The new foreign baggage warehouse at St Katharine's Dock.
*The new foreign baggage warehouse at St Katharine's Dock.The St Katharine Dock was the nearest to the City of London and was able to take advantage of this fact. Several steamship companies ran services...
16. The interior of a midshipman's berth.
*The interior of a midshipman's berth.This scene of life aboard ship in the navy demonstrates that even in cramped conditions leisure time was well used. Music is played on pipe and...
17. The London bathing season.
*The London bathing season.Another caustic comment from 'Punch' on the repulsive state of the Thames in the late 1850s.
18. The Battle of the Nile: Greenwich pensioners disputing the line of battle.
*The Battle of the Nile: Greenwich pensioners disputing the line of battle.The scene is outside a rustic riverside tavern, with a barn to the right, a working man carring a basket on his back along the shore, a ship laid up...
19. The Anson Ward with the figure-head of the old ship Centurion.
*The Anson Ward with the figure-head of the old ship Centurion.The figurehead from the 60-gun 'Centurion' (1732) was presented to the Hospital in 1836. This was the ship on which Commodore Anson circumnavigated...
20. Royal Naval College, Greenwich from the river.
*Royal Naval College, Greenwich from the river.A view from the Isle of Dogs, 1889, slightly off the central axis to the west, with neither the Queen's House nor Royal Observatory visible. Thames...
 
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