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Clearing up after the fire at the Rum Quay.

Clearing up after the fire at the Rum Quay.
Clearing up after the fire at the Rum Quay.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P49088
Description: The aftermath of the fire at the Rum Quay at the West India Dock, which started on 21 April 1933. It took four days to put out, but not before No. 2 Shed and Vault were destroyed (along with 6,500 puncheons or 3.1 million litres of rum).
Creator: W G Browne
Date: April 1933
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London. Browne collection.
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