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Plan of Trinity Almshouses.

Plan of Trinity Almshouses.
Trinity Almshouses.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H3088
Description: A plan of the Trinity Almshouses at Deptford, which were built in 1670 for 'decayed masters and commanders of ships, mates, and pilots, and their wives or widows'. The houses were pulled down in 1876. The Gate House was built of russet red bricks. The almshouses were next to St Nicholas' Church (built in in the 17th century).
Creator: Unknown
Date: c.1871
Credit line: Magpie Resource Library collection.
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