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The Johanne alongside London Bridge Wharf.The Johanne alongside London Bridge Wharf.
The Johanne alongside London Bridge Wharf.

© National Maritime Museum, London

Repro ID: P31193
Title: The Johanne alongside London Bridge Wharf.
Description: The freighter 'Johanne' moored alongside London Bridge Wharf in 1939. By this time, the wharf had been taken over by the New Fresh Wharf Company. Behind the wharf towers Adelaide House, completed in 1925. To the right, the new building of the New Fresh Wharf is nearing completion.
Creator: Marion Love
Date: 1939
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London. Love Collection

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