Product images of HMS 'Britannia' entering Portsmouth harbour
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HMS 'Britannia' entering Portsmouth harbour
A portrait of the ship, broadside to port, entering Portsmouth Harbour. The buildings of Portsmouth Dockyard can be seen in the distance to the left and on the far right on either side of the harbour wall. Built in 1820, the 'Britannia' returned from the Mediterranean in 1835. From 1836, she was flagship at Portsmouth and remained there until she went out of commission from 1842.
Lieutenant Robert Strickland Thomas
- Image reference: BHC3745
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London