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Sailors' chapel, Dock Street.

Sailors' chapel, Dock Street.
Sailors' chapel, Dock Street.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PW6004
Description: The interior of St Paul's Seamen's Church in Dock Street, as drawn by Francis Arandale. This was built by the directors of the nearby Sailors' Home as a replacement for the Episcopal Floating Church. Prince Albert laid the foundation stone in May 1846, and the church was completed two years later. It closed for worship in 1990, but the building still survives.
Creator: Francis Arandale
Date: 19th Century
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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