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The SS Cheldale alongside Bevan's Wharf, Northfleet.

The SS Cheldale alongside Bevan's Wharf, Northfleet.
The SS Cheldale alongside Bevan's Wharf, Northfleet.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: N44443
Description: The SS 'Cheldale' (1925) alongside Bevan's Wharf and the neighouring Bevan's Cement Works at Northfleet, west of Gravesend. From the late 19th century, there were cement works and many other small industrial plants in this area.
Creator: unknown
Date: April 1934
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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