PortCities London
UKBristolHartlepoolLiverpoolLondonSouthampton
You are here:  PortCities London home > Search Results
Text Only About this Site Feedback
Explore this site
About maritime London
Early port
Tudor and Stuart port
18th-century port
19th-century port
20th-century port
People and places
Port communities
Crime and punishment
Leisure, health and housing
Thames art, literature and architecture
The working Thames
London's docks and shipping
Trades, industries and institutions
Port of science and discovery
Historical events
Ceremony and catastrophe
London in war and conflict
Fun and games
Things to do
Timeline games
Matching games
Send an e-card

Search Results

1980 Results found1 2 3 4 .. 198 Next

The following results matched your search criteria:

1. The Columbus Captn Wm McKellar. As she appears opposite the Folley House, Blackwall Reach.
*The Columbus Captn Wm McKellar. As she appears opposite the Folley House, Blackwall Reach.A depiction of the vessel 'Columbus' (1824) opposite the Folley House on the eastern site of the Isle of Dogs.
2. The Cutty Sark (1869) waiting in Sydney Harbour for the new season's wool.
*The Cutty Sark (1869) waiting in Sydney Harbour for the new season's wool.In 1883, the 'Cutty Sark' began regular voyages in the wool trade. When this photograph was taken she was under the command of Captain Richard...
3. The Citizen A.
*The Citizen A.This paddle steamer 'Citizen A', launched in 1846.
4. The Christopher Wilson (1807).
*The Christopher Wilson (1807).The neutral self-balancing lifeboat 'Christopher Wilson' of London (1807).
5. The Castalia hospital ship.
*The Castalia hospital ship.The 'Castalia' was a most unusual vessel, different from the other hospital ships. She was built as a twin-hulled paddle steamer, but her design had...
6. The Christian IX (1874).
*The Christian IX (1874).Named after the King of Denmark, the cargo steamer 'Christian IX' made regular trips between London and Copenhagen for Det Forenede Dampskibs Selskab...
7. The Delphic (1897).
*The Delphic (1897).The 'Delphic' (1897) was owned by the White Star Line. At 8,273 tons, she was easily the largest ship in the inner London docks at the time of the...
8. The Discovery convict ship at Deptford, c. 1829.
*The Discovery convict ship at Deptford, c. 1829.This French print states that the 'Discovery' was the hulk of Captain Cook's famous ship. However, his was an earlier vessel of the same name. The...
9. The Duke of Northumberland.
*The Duke of Northumberland.An etching from the 'Illustrated London News' showing the steam lifeboat 'Duke of Northumberland' under way.
10. The Duke of Sutherland in April 1888.
*The Duke of Sutherland in April 1888.The Eastern Steamship Company’s cargo liner 'Duke of Sutherland' (1873, 3100 GRT). She carried emigrants out to Australia and brought...
 
Email the selected results to:
 1 2 3 4 .. 198 Next
Searched:
Period
1800 - 1899 (19th Century)
*
*
8
National Maritime Museum/Royal Observatory GreenwichNew Opportunities Fund 
Legal & CopyrightPartner sites:BristolHartlepoolLiverpoolSouthamptonAbout this SiteFeedbackText Only