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Rough sketch of busy Thames scene
Bound with PAG1701-PAG1743, PAG1745-PAG1789.; Page 48. Inscribed 'Ent. to Greenland Dock' and 'Close by Dog & Duck' (on reverse).
The first dock to be built in the Surrey Commercial Docks system was the Howland Great Wet Dock in the early 18th century. Later it was associated with the whaling trade and became known as Greenland Dock from 1763. The present Greenland Dock is an enlargement of this dock, which was carried out in the 1890s.
Original size: 142 mm x 227 mm
- Image reference: PX1744
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London