An elevated view of the West India Docks
An elevated view of the West India Docks showing the scale of the undertaking. The West India Docks were the first enclosed docks of the 19th century. The docks were established by an act of Parliament in 1799 and opened in 1802. They relieved congestion on the River Thames. Ships could discharge cargoes in four days instead of four weeks. The docks closed in 1980.
Original size: 464 mm x 798 mm
- Image reference: PZ7124
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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