Product images of 'Oneida' (1866); Fowey, Cornwall
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'Oneida' (1866); Fowey, Cornwall
A starboard bow view of 'Oneida' (1866) at anchor in the River Fowey south of Mixtow waiting to load a cargo of china clay. Tip of jibboom out of picture. Looking north from the west bank of the River Fowey showing the jetties for loading china clay. In midstream is the full rig ship 'Oneida' (1866) at anchor waiting to load. Francis Frith & Co negative no. 21241.
Object number: G2435
Date: circa 1889
- Image reference: G02435
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London