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A geometrical plan, and north elevation of His Majesty's Dockyard at Woolwich.

A geometrical plan, and north elevation of His Majesty's Dockyard at Woolwich.
A geometrical plan, and north elevation of His Majesty's Dockyard at Woolwich.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PZ5596
Description: A geometrical plan, and north elevation of His Majesty's dockyard at Woolwich. This print shows both the scale of the dockyard complex and the impact that shipbuilding had on the small town of Woowich from the 16th century onwards.
Creator: Thomas Milton (artist), Pierre Charles Canot (engraver)
Date: 18 June 1753
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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