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Mr Ogle's plan for mooring vessels in the River Thames.

Mr Ogle's plan for mooring vessels in the River Thames.
Mr Ogle's plan for mooring vessels in the River Thames.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: F0074
Description: A printed map of the River Thames from London Bridge to Deptford, showing Ogle's proposal for new berthing arrangements by port of origin, destination and type of commodity. Ogle hoped that this arrangement would relieve the congestion on the Thames.
Creator: Edward Ogle (author): John Fairburn of The Minories, London (publisher)
Date: 1796
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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