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Plan showing the locality of the Princess Alice collision on 14 September 1878.

Plan showing the locality of the Princess Alice collision on 14 September 1878.
Plan showing the locality of the Princess Alice collision on 14 September 1878.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H2500
Description: A contemporary map showing where the 'Princess Alice' disaster occurred on 14 September 1878. The proximity to the sewage works at Beckton and the various chemical works in Woolwich Reach was particularly tragic for the unfortunate passengers of the paddle steamer.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 14 Sep 1878
Credit line: Newham Archives and Local Studies Library Collection.
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