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The East Indiaman 'Prince of Wales' disembarking troops off Gravesend, 1845
The 'Prince of Wales' was one of Green's large 'Blackwall frigate' Indiamen, built by them at Blackwall in 1842, and specially fitted for carrying troops to the East. If the 1845 date is correct it may show the ship on return from her maiden voyage and she certainly flies the post-1843 Green's house flag at the main.
- Image reference: BHC3560
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection