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The Grace Harwar in the Royal Victoria Dock.

The Grace Harwar in the Royal Victoria Dock.
The Grace Harwar in the Royal Victoria Dock.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P70177
Description: The Finnish vessel 'Grace Harwar' (1889, 1816 GRT) alongside the grain elevator of the Rank Premier Mill at the Royal Victoria Dock in July 1935. Then owned by Gustaf Erikson of Mariehamn, this was the 'Grace Harwar's' final voyage. She was one of the last of the sailing ships that brought Australian wheat to London.
Creator: Oliver Hill
Date: 11 July 1935
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London. Oliver Hill collection.
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