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31. The London Belle (1893) passing Greenwich.
*The London Belle (1893) passing Greenwich.The 'London Belle' (738 GRT) was built by Denny & Bros at Dumbarton for the London, Woolwich and Clacton-on-Sea Steamboat Company, entering...
32. Thames Watermens' Regatta: the Chancellor near Hammersmith Bridge.
*Thames Watermens' Regatta: the Chancellor near Hammersmith Bridge.Watermen carried passengers across the River Thames. Here they are celebrating a Regatta near Hammersmith Bridge. With the growth of the port of...
33. Thames Ironworks' August bank holiday sports day.
*Thames Ironworks' August bank holiday sports day.A group of officals at the Thames Ironworks' August bank holiday sports day displaying the prizes.
34. Sling the monkey.
*Sling the monkey.Greenwich Pensioners playing a game of sling the monkey. A man with no legs is suspended from the tree by a rope and has to snatch pieces of rope or...
35. Starting for the cup.
*Starting for the cup.Several vessels about to begin a race for an unidentified cup in Greenwich Reach during the 19th century. Greenwich was a favourite venue for races...
36. The passenger liner Durham (1874).
*The passenger liner Durham (1874).The iron passenger liner 'Durham' (1874, 2284 GRT), built at the Money Wigram & Sons works at Blackwall.
37. The passenger liner Northumberland (1871).
*The passenger liner Northumberland (1871).The iron screw steamer 'Northumberland' (1871, 2178 GRT) was a passenger liner built at Money Wigram's Blackwall yard.
38. Three silver prize arm badges.
*Three silver prize arm badges.Coats with silver brassards or arm badges were often awarded to watermen as prizes at rowing regattas. Left: silver-gilt badge won by A. E. Gobbett...
39. Three stoneware spirit bottles from the Plume of Feathers public house, Greenwich.
*Three stoneware spirit bottles from the Plume of Feathers public house, Greenwich.These bottles were part of the contents of a well or cess pit excavated during building work in 1983 on National Maritime Museum property next to the...
40. Three stoneware spirit bottles from the Plume of Feathers public house, Greenwich.
*Three stoneware spirit bottles from the Plume of Feathers public house, Greenwich.These bottles were part of the contents of a well or cess pit excavated during building work in 1983 on National Maritime Museum property next to the...
 
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