Product images of Greenwich Hospital viewed from the north and showing pensioners, 1830
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Greenwich Hospital viewed from the north and showing pensioners, 1830
A view, engraved as a print published by Dickinson in 1830 (PAI7100), from the north-west corner of the Queen Anne Court looking diagonally across the Grand Square towards the Painted Hall. The ground layout is much as today, with the York stone apron to the buildings, gravelled roadways and central lawns, with chained bollards around.
W. Porden Kay
Original size: 413 mm x 753 mm
- Image reference: PY9662
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London