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The Ponape (1902) entering the MIllwall Docks.

The Ponape (1902) entering the MIllwall Docks.
The Ponape.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: N64296
Description: The four-masted barque 'Ponape' (1903) entering the Millwall Docks. She was owned by the Finnish line of Gustaf Erikson. Vessels such as this played a key role in transporting Australian grain to London.
Creator: Unknown
Date: June 1936
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London. Williamson Collection.
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