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1. The Coloured Men's Institute
*The Coloured Men's Institute
2. The coastal path at Cleethorpes.
*The coastal path at Cleethorpes.The way maker on the Coastal Path, Cleethorpes. This post is a distance signpost with eight arms, standing on the meridian line showing distances and...
3. 'The Changing Thames'
*'The Changing Thames'A poem by Ray Maynard, a former Thames lighterman. After an accident, Ray was confined to a wheelchair for 33 years and died in 1995.
4. The Boston Meridian marker.
*The Boston Meridian marker.A roadside marker, on the B1184 road near Sibsey Windmill, around 7 km north of Boston. The marker reads - THE 0o GREENWICH MERIDIAN PASSES THROUGH...
5. The context: why sea-borne trade has changed
*The context: why sea-borne trade has changed
6. The cruise liner Seabourn Pride on the Thames.
*The cruise liner Seabourn Pride on the Thames.The 10,000-tonne luxury cruise liner 'Seabourn Pride' (1988), during a visit to London in 2002.
7. The early ferries
*The early ferries
8. The Dreadnought Hospital building today.
*The Dreadnought Hospital building today.The former Dreadnought Hospital building today. It now serves as the University of Greenwich Library.
9. 'The distress was such'.
*'The distress was such'.Extract from Daniel Defoe’s 'Journal of the Plague Year'. In this passage, Defoe takes a trip to Greenwich with a waterman, who explains the...
10. The 'Deal porters' sculpture at Rotherhithe.
*The 'Deal porters' sculpture at Rotherhithe.'Deal porters' by Philip Bews, alongside the former Canada Dock in Rotherhithe. The sculpture commemorates the deal porters who worked at the Surrey...
 
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