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The Norway Dock in 1970.

The Norway Dock in 1970.
The Norway Dock in 1970.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H1805
Description: The Norway Dock, part of the Surrey Commercial Docks, in August 1970. The Norway Dock was one of the first to be filled in after the closure of the Surrey Complex. Ironically, the former Norway Dock has been partly excavated again, and now forms an attractive shallow lake surrounded by new housing.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 27 August 1970
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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