Product images of Regent's Canal Dock
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Regent's Canal Dock
Signed by artist and dated. The Regent's Canal Dock was constructed where the Regent's Canal joined the Thames. It opened in 1820 and was enlarged in 1836 and 1865. The dock is also known as Limehouse Basin.
Nathaniel Kornbluth (artist & engraver)
Original size: 199 mm x 349 mm
- Image reference: PU8195
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London