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The Upper Pool and Nicholson's Wharf.

The Upper Pool and Nicholson's Wharf.
The Upper Pool and Nicholson's Wharf.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P27570
Description: The Pool of London seen from Nicholson's Wharf on the north bank, with Tower Bridge in the distance. The wharf handled general produce from the Mediterranean. The long pontoon extedning into the river allowed larger vessels to use the wharf. Nicholson's was destroyed in the Blitz.
Creator: Waldo McGillycuddy Eagar CBE
Date: 1934
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London. Eagar Collection.
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