Product images of Roseland (1834); Fowey, Cornwall
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Roseland (1834); Fowey, Cornwall
A starboard bow view of 'Roseland' (1834), at moorings in Caffamill Pill, Fowey. The River Fowey looking south with Bodinnick on the left and the brigantine 'Roseland' (1834) moored in Caffamill Pill on the right. Francis Frith & Co negative no. 21243 caption Bodenick.
Object number: G2437
Date: circa 1889
- Image reference: G02437
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London