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1. River scene on the Thames, possibly the Albert Dock.
*River scene on the Thames, possibly the Albert Dock.Wyllie was a renowned London-born seapainter. As well as marine paintings, Wyllie also painted ship portraits, and especially pictures of...
2. River scene showing barges and crane.
*River scene showing barges and crane.One of John Herbert Barnard Everett's (1876-1949) many scenes of the River Thames. This one shows barges being unloaded.
3. Robert Milligan (c.1746-1809).
*Robert Milligan (c.1746-1809).Robert Milligan (c.1746-1809) was the man responsible for the realisation of the West India Docks. Milligan was a wealthy West India merchant and...
4. Richard Green of Blackwall.
*Richard Green of Blackwall.Richard Green (1803-63), the shipbuilder and shipowner son of George Green and his first wife, the daughter of John Perry. Richard was born in...
5. Representation of the great ship Harry, built in the reign of King Henry VIII.
*Representation of the great ship Harry, built in the reign of King Henry VIII.During the 16th and 17th centuries it was usual for each country to have at least one 'great ship' as a show piece, as much as to exert naval power...
6. Regent's Canal, London.
*Regent's Canal, London.An atmospheric engraving after a work by the celebrated artist Peter De Wint (1784-1849), more known for his landscapes. The Regent's Canal was built...
7. Remains of the Floating Battery Etna at Scott Russell's yard, Millwall.
*Remains of the Floating Battery Etna at Scott Russell's yard, Millwall.Workers dismantling the floating battery HMS 'Etna' (1854) at John Scott Russell's Millwall yard. Floating battery vessels were used for harbour or...
8. Repairing of Captain Cook's ship in Endeavour River (Cook's first voyage).
*Repairing of Captain Cook's ship in Endeavour River (Cook's first voyage).In June 1770 the 'Endeavour' was badly damaged running aground on the Great Barrier Reef. The ship limped into Endeavour River on the coast of New...
9. Robert Preston Esqr. M.P. Deputy Master of the Corporation of Trinity House.
*Robert Preston Esqr. M.P. Deputy Master of the Corporation of Trinity House.Robert Preston (1740-1834) was a London merchant who made a vast fortune through trade in the East Indies. He owned houses in Essex and a home in...
10. Robert Stephenson and the Britannia railway bridge.
*Robert Stephenson and the Britannia railway bridge.Robert Stephenson and Sir Joseph Fairbairn's Britannia railway bridge over the Menai Strait to Angelsey was opened in 1850. The tubular sections of...
 
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