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School photograph in Neptune's Hall, the gymnasium
The Royal Hospital School at Greenwich was Britain's largest school of navigation and seamanship. From 1821 to 1933 it occupied the Queen's House and the other buildings that are now the National Maritime Museum, but its history and relationship with Greenwich go back much further.
The Royal Hospital School moved from Greenwich to is current home in Holbrook, near Ipswich, in 1933.
- Image reference: A940
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London