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, 104 Guns, until recently lying off Greenwich.
The Seamen's Hospital Society was founded in 1821 to care for sick and injured seafarers in the Merchant Navy. Until 1871, the work of the Society...
, 104 Guns. At present lying off Greenwich for the Seamen's Hospital.
HMS 'Dreadnought' (1801) served as a hospital ship for the Seamen's Hospital, founded in 1821 to care for sick and injured seafarers in the merchant...
In 1821 the Seamen's Hospital Society was formed to care for seamen. The first hospital ship ('Grampus') was loaned by the Admiralty and moored at...
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...
(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...
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...
Duchess of Atholl
The 'Duchess of Atholl' under construction at Blackwall with figures looking aroung the yard and shipping on the Thames.
Duke of Northumberland
An etching from the 'Illustrated London News' showing the steam lifeboat 'Duke of Northumberland' under way.
The 'Ethel' (1871), a Thames barge and several smaller vessels in the Upper Pool, with Nicholson's Wharf and Billingsgate Market in the background.
at Grays, 10 Feb 1895.
In January and February 1895, a severe cold spell created huge ice floes on the Thames. Although the river did not freeze over, the ice played havoc...
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