Product images of 'Salsette' (1908)
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A slightly distant starboard side view, taken from abaft the beam, of the passenger liner Salsette (1908) just under way approaching the entrance to Tilbury Dock from Gravesend Reach, River Thames. She is painted white with buff funnels and has two awnings rigged aft.
Object number: G219
- Image reference: G00219
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Gould Collection