Product images of The Blackwall railway terminus & Brunswick pier with the Brunswick propeller & other steam vessels
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The Blackwall railway terminus & Brunswick pier with the Brunswick propeller & other steam vessels
Visibly named paddle steamers include the 'Waterman No 1' on the left, the small 'Propeller' in the centre and the 'Brunswick' on the right. The Blackwall mast house and Green's East India Dock are on the left behind. The Terminus was built by the Blackwall Railway Company on land purchased from the Greens' Blackwall shipyard in 1835. PAH2197 appears to show the steam wharf before the building of the Terminus shown here.
Original size: 322 mm x 540 mm
- Image reference: PY2200
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection