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The SS Ewell (1926) approaching Southwark Bridge.

The SS Ewell (1926) approaching Southwark Bridge.
The SS Ewell approaching Southwark Bridge.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H1815
Description: The Wandsworth and District Gas Company's new collier SS 'Ewell' moving down river towards Southwark Bridge. This is one of a series of photographs taken on 22 September 1926, probably on her maiden voyage. She is approaching the second Southwark Bridge, built in 1912-21 to the designs of Mott and Hay. This replaced John Rennie's bridge of 1819.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 22 September 1926
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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