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21. The Archimedes steamer.
*The Archimedes steamer.Built by Mr H Wimshurst of Limehouse for the Ship Propeller Company, the 'Archimedes' is pictured off the north foreland on her way to Portsmouth...
22. The Baron Aberdare accident.
*The Baron Aberdare accident.In December 1883 the liner ‘Baron Aberdare’ (1874), which had carried emigrants out to New Zealand, capsized at the entrance to the Royal...
23. 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...
24. The Christopher Wilson (1807).
*The Christopher Wilson (1807).The neutral self-balancing lifeboat 'Christopher Wilson' of London (1807).
25. 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...
26. The Bywell Castle screw steam collier.
*The Bywell Castle screw steam collier.The 'Bywell Castle' screw steam collier, as she lay at Deptford after her collision with the 'Princess Alice'.
27. The Blue Belle iron cutter yacht.
*The Blue Belle iron cutter yacht.The full title of this print is 'Blue Belle Iron Cutter Yacht. Built by Messrs Ditchburn & Mares at Blackwall. Winner of the Royal Thames Yacht...
28. The Gloaming at the cable works in East Greenwich.
*The Gloaming at the cable works in East Greenwich.The 'Gloaming' at the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company's works at Enderby's Wharf, East Greenwich in 1879.
29. The Great Eastern under construction at Millwall, 18 August 1855.
*The Great Eastern under construction at Millwall, 18 August 1855.The 'Great Eastern' under construction at Millwall, 18 August 1855. For nearly half a century after her launch, the 'Great Eastern' remained the...
30. The Liverpool (1889) in the South West India Dock.
*The Liverpool (1889) in the South West India Dock.The Leyland Shipping Company's four-masted vessel 'Liverpool' (1889) in the South West India Dock, c. 1900.
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