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The 'Loch Etive' (Br, 1877) at quayside
Object number P4423, late 19th century.
Said to be 'Loch Etive' and 'Loch Tay'. (It is difficult to be certain which is which as both are barques). A three masted ship from General Shipping Company Aitken, Lilburn & Company.
- Image reference: P04423
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London.