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The west side of Quebec Dock in 1970.

The west side of Quebec Dock in 1970.
The west side of Quebec Dock in 1970.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H0524
Description: A view from the cutting between the Quebec and Canada Docks, in the Surrey Commercial Docks. The ponds to the east of the Canada Dock were rebuilt to form the Quebec Dock in 1926. This photograph was taken after most of the Surrey Docks had closed, but there is still a vessel at the quayside. The last ship left the Surrey complex in December 1970.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 27 August 1970
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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