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The Angel

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The river frontage at Rotherhithe, showing the Angel tavern.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H1730
Description: An artists' impression of the waterfront at Rotherhithe. The wharves, repair yards, lodging houses, lighters and barges have long since vanished. The tavern building depicted in this drawing does, however, survive today. The Angel tavern dates back to the 17th Century, however, in the 19th century it was partly rebuilt and expanded.
Creator: Unknown
Date: c. 1930
Credit line: Southwark Library Collection.
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