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Storm and sunshine: A battle with the elements
A painting showing the hulk of the wooden frigate 'Leonidas' anchored near Upnor on the Medway in Kent. The coastline is visible in the distance on the left. The 'Leonidas', 36 guns, was launched in 1807 and by 1872 had ceased active service to become a powder hulk storing gun cotton.
William Lionel Wyllie
- Image reference: BHC1348
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London