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The Lady Jocelyn (1852) as a hulk.

The Lady Jocelyn (1852) as a hulk.
The Lady Jocelyn (1852) as a hulk.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: P4256
Description: After an eventful career, the 'Lady Jocelyn' was retired in 1889. For several years, she served as a floating refrigeration store in the West India Dock. She was sold to the Shipping Federation in 1899. By the time of the census of March 1901, she had been moved to the Royal Victoria Dock. As a hulk, she served in a variety of roles, including housing strike breakers during the 1911 London Docks strike. She was broken up in 1922.
Creator: Unknown
Date: c.1889
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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