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The Lindfield (1891).

The Lindfield (1891).
The Lindfield (1891).
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P4382
Description: The four-masted steel barque 'Lindfield' (1891) built at Greenock for Shaw, Savill and Company. She was used mainly in the South American nitrate trade. She was the largest vessel in the Surrey Commercial Docks during the census of March 1901. She was sold to Norwegian operators in 1911, and was sunk by a U-boat in March 1916.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 19th century
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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