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Semaphore at Portsmouth
A view of the entrance to Portsmouth harbour from the saluting platform. In the foreground, two soldiers sit on the wall next to a cannon on an iron carriage and, to the right, the artist has shown a pile of cannon balls. Also, to the right, can be seen the semaphore tower flying a flag signal. Beyond to the left, lies the town of Portsmouth with the pier and Round Tower. To the left of the Round Tower is the port flagship, the 'Britannia'.
Edward William Cooke
- Image reference: BHC1919
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London