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The Rijnstroom at Fenning's Wharf and Sun Wharf.

The Rijnstroom at Fenning's Wharf and Sun Wharf.
The Rijnstroom at Fenning's Wharf and Sun Wharf.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P31865
Description: The 'Rijnstroom' moored at Fenning's Wharf and Sun Wharf, as seen from London Bridge. These wharves lay across the river from the New Fresh Wharf and Adelaide House. No 1 London Bridge, a modernistic office development, now covers the whole site.
Creator: Marion Love
Date: c. 1939
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London. Love Collection
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