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The entrance to the Royal Victoria Yard.
The entrance to the Admiralty Victualling Yard, called the Royal Victoria Yard after the visit of Queen Victoria in 1858. She commanded that it...
The English yacht
To the right is the yacht 'Portsmouth', lying at anchor in shallow water in a calm, in starboard-broadside view. Her deck is crowded with people. She...
The funeral of Prince Louis Napoleon - debarkation of the body at Woolwich.
Illustration of the funeral of Prince Louis Napoleon at the time of debarkation of the body at Woolwich. Crowds form behind the coffin and along the...
The funeral of Queen Victoria, February 1901.
The funeral of Queen Victoria, with the ceremonial vessels taking Queen Victoria's body from the Isle of Wight to Portsmouth before it was...
The house in Deptford in which Peter the Great resided.
In 1698, the Tsar of Russia, Peter the Great (1672-1725), visited Deptford Dockyard to learn about shipbuilding methods. The Tsar was keen to...
The English ship
with a Royal Yacht in a light air.
To the left is the 'Royal Sovereign' in starboard-quarter view and at anchor. The Royal Standard flies at the main, the Admiralty flag at the fore...
The embarkation of his most Gracious Majesty George the Fourth at Greenwich, August 10th, 1822 for Scotland.
The vessels in this print are the 'Royal George' (1817), the 'Royal Sovereign' (1804) and the 'James Watt' (1821) steam boat.
The Duke and Duchess of Connaught opening the Royal Albert Dock.
The Albert Dock was opened on 24 June 1880 and at the time was the largest dock in the world, being designed to take vessels of up to 12,000 tons...
The Duke of Cumberland's Chinese yacht (1754).
The Duke of Cumberland's Chinese yacht (1754). This was used mainly for entertaining distinguished guests such as the Royal Family. The yacht was...
The embarkation at Gravesend of their Royal Highnesses.
The Embarkation at Gravesend of their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess Frederick William of Prussia, in Her Majesty's State Yacht 'Victoria &...
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