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The SS Wandle passing Blackfriars Bridge.

The SS Wandle passing Blackfriars Bridge.
The SS Wandle passing Blackfriars Bridge.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H1824
Description: The SS 'Wandle' passing Blackfriars Bridge on her maiden voyage on 30 October 1932. She carried coal - up to 2,220 tons - for the Wandsworth and District Gas Company, and made regular journeys between the North East and the Company's gasworks at Wandsworth. She was the third vessel to use this name.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 30 October 1932
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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