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The steamship Great Eastern.

© National Maritime Museum, London

Repro ID: BHC3380
Title: The steamship Great Eastern.
Description: The 'Great Eastern', or 'Leviathan', launched in 1858, was much larger than any previous ship and was not equalled in size for another 50 years. She had both paddle and screw propulsion and was designed to carry 4,000 passengers but she made only nine Atlantic crossings before her conversion to a cable-laying ship.
Creator: Henry Clifford
Date: 1865
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London

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