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The Greenwich works of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Co.The Greenwich works of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Co.
The Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Co.

© National Maritime Museum, London

Repro ID: D4094_9
Title: The Greenwich works of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Co.
Description: The five men standing outside at the Greenwich works of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Co. are (from the left) R. Dunning, Father (Henry) Clifford, Mr Corder, Bobbie London and Harry Davis. Henry Clifford was chief of Telegraph Construction from 1864 until 1893. The Enderby's Wharf works made the Atlantic cable of 1865.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 1890
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London


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