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A Thames barge drifting off Wapping, c. 1884.

A Thames barge drifting off Wapping, c. 1884.
A Thames barge drifting off Wapping, c. 1884.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H1038
Description: A Thames barge apparently drifting in rough water near Wapping, c. 1884. Behind the barge are the buildings of St John's Wharf. To the right is the warehouse of King Henry's Wharf.
Creator: Thacker
Date: c. 1884
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London. Thacker collection.
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