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Iron ship fitting at the Royal Dockyard, Woolwich
An 'Illustrated London News' engraving from November 1854, showing the heightened activity at the Royal Dockyard at Woolwich because of the Crimean War. This image shows a component being shaped using a steam hammer.
- Image reference: H5320
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London