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The 'Castle Holme' in Surrey commercial dock
A painting showing two barques, the 'Castle Holme' and the 'Endymion', moored on the River Thames at Limehouse Docks, London. The 'Castle Holme' is shown port bow view and the smaller 'Endymion' starboard bow view. On the far left is the tower of St Dunstan and All Saints Church, Stepney. In the centre, immediately behind 'Castle Holme' is the Hawksmoor tower of St Anne's, Limehouse. On the emm xtreme right, projecting above the piled jetty, is the mast and sprit of a Thames spritsail barge.
Herbert Barnard John Everett
- Image reference: BHC4128
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London