Product images of Greenwich Pier from the end of King Charles block
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Greenwich Pier from the end of King Charles block
A rough sketch view westward, upriver, probably from a first floor window of the northern half of the Queen Anne Court when occupied by the Royal Naval Museum. The north end of the King Charles Court is on the left, the landward promenade of Greenwich Pier beyond the College railings, centre, various sailing vessels in the river, right, and what may be the bulk of the now demolished Great Storehouse of Deptford Dockyard, with its clocktower, in the distance.
Thomas Bush Hardy
Original size: 96 mm x 170 mm
- Image reference: PW6251
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London