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The Vestal (1898).

The Vestal (1898).
The Vestal (1898).
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P13654
Description: The 'Vestal' (1898) was a Trinity House lighthouse tender, carrying supplies and equipment to the Corporation's lighthouses and lightships in England and Wales. During the census of March 1901, she and another tender - the 'Irene' - were at Trinity Buoy Wharf in Blackwall.
Creator: Unknown
Date: August 1931
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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