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Directing traffic on a Woolwich Ferry boat, 1956.

Directing traffic on a Woolwich Ferry boat, 1956.
Directing traffic on a Woolwich Ferry boat, 1956.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H0785
Description: Directing the traffic on a Woolwich Ferry boat in 1956. The ferry had originally been designed for foot passengers, with the occasional light vehicles. By the 1950s, the ferry was starting to carry large numbers of cars and trucks.
Creator: Russell Westwood
Date: 1956
Credit line: Copyright NMM, reproduced with kind permission of the Estate of Russell Westwood.
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