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Sketch of Greenwich Pier
A pencil study made from the centre of the Greenwich Pier pontoon, looking west (upstream). The western flight of waterstairs are on the right with an advertisement board (annotated as 'Advt Board') on the railings above them. A figure leans on the railings looking down towards the western (of two) ticket kiosks on the pontoon. In the background are the now vanished waterfront buildings on the north side of Brewhouse Lane between Garden Stairs (not seen, round the corner of the Pier) and Billingsgate Dock, with a three-masted sailing vessel moored alongside them, stern-on to the viewer. On the far left, the corner of the Ship Hotel is lightly sketched in.
Thomas Bush Hardy
Original size: 279 mm x 383 mm
- Image reference: PX9855
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London