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Journey's End: drying sail waiting to be docked
The 'Parma' docked at Cardiff. "From the quayside we look back at her, loath to depart: she looks powerful and huge in the docks; yet she looks depressed, too, with the buildings all around, the bumbledom officials harrying her, and a lamppost with a lifebuoy slung from it jammed under her counter. Brave old ship!". Alan Villiers, Voyage of the Parma, 1932 voyage.
- Image reference: N61372
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London