The East Indiaman 'Repulse' in East India Dock Basin, 25 September 1839
The docks of London had extensive basins at high tide. A basin allowed large numbers of ships to gather together to avoid the delay of going through locks. Dock basins are large docks in which the water is kept at a constant height by lock-gates, and which allow a large number of ships to be loaded and unloaded at all stages of the tide.
Charles Henry Seaforth
Original size: 538 mm x 365 mm
- Image reference: PY0536
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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