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A geometrical plan & north east elevation Of His Majesty's Dock-Yard at Deptford, with part of the town.

A geometrical plan & north east elevation Of His Majesty's Dock-Yard at Deptford, with part of the town.
The Royal Dockyard at Deptford.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PZ5606
Description: A geometrical plan and north east elevation of the dockyard at Deptford including letters which act as a key for identifying the major buildings. The plan shows all the offices, stores, shipwrights' apartments, victualling yards, boat houses and pay offices.
Creator: Thomas Milton (artist): Pierre Charles Canot (engraver)
Date: 30 July 1753
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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