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HMS 'Opportune' passing Greenwich
The Oberon-class submarine 'Opportune' (commissioned 1964) passing Greenwich in 1984. Part of the crew are lined up on deck as she passes by. In the background the warehouses and buildings on the Isle of Dogs stand empty.
- Image reference: H0036
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London