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A slightly distant port very near broadside view, taken from only just abaft the beam, of the iron built, 3 masted barque rigged general cargo vessel 'Asia' (1864) at moorings in Gravesend Reach, River Thames. She has severe bow damage following collision with the steamship 'Glenfarg' (1894) off North Foreland, 25 December 1902. Her bowsprit and figerhead are missing. Tilbury Fort Watergate is in the background.Object number: G530
- Image reference: G00530
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Gould Collection