Product images of 'Clio' (1873); Fowey, Cornwall
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'Clio' (1873); Fowey, Cornwall
A starboard near beam view from just aft of broadside of 'Clio' (1873); Alongside china clay jetty, River Fowey. Distant. The west bank of the River Fowey from high ground above Bodinnick. The steamer 'Clio' (1873) is being loaded with china clay from railway wagons. A number of sailing vessels are moored in midstream. Mixtow and Mixtow Pill is in the right background. Francis Frith & Co negative no. 21240.
Object number: G2434
Date: circa 1889
- Image reference: G02434
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London