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The Edith III (1911) pulling away from the Tilbury Landing Stage.

The Edith III (1911) pulling away from the Tilbury Landing Stage.
The Edith III (1911) pulling away from the Tilbury Landing Stage.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: N32745
Description: The passenger and cargo ferry 'Edith III' (1911), of the Tilbury-Gravesend service, pulling away from the Tilbury Landing Stage in 1960. The Royal Mail Lines' 'Amazon' (1959) is berthing in the background. Tilbury Passenger Terminal, opened in 1957, was used by long-distance travellers. Smaller vessels continue to use the Landing Stage, opened in the interwar years.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 1960
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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