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The last voyage of 'HMS Victory', 1922
Nelson's final flagship, 'Victory', is shown to the right, in bow view, moving under tow up Portsmouth Harbour. Although she had spent over 100 years afloat there since her final sea-going commission, the ship was brought into the Dockyard's No. 1 Basin on 16 December 1921 to have her ballast removed. On 12 January 1922 she was then moved the few yards to what has since been her permanent home in the No. 2 Dry Dock.
William Lionel Wyllie
- Image reference: BHC3700
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London