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The Maasstroom (1900).

The Maasstroom (1900).
The Maasstroom (1900).
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P29596
Description: The steamship 'Maasstroom' (1900) of the Holland Steamship Company (Hollandsche Stoomboot Maats). She ran a regular service between Amsterdam and London and Hull. On census night in 1901, she was off the Brewers Quay near the St Katharine Dock. In this photograph, she was passing Woolwich in May 1922.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 13 May 1922
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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