Product images of The 'Nelson' on the Stocks, building at Woolwich in the Year 1814
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The 'Nelson' on the Stocks, building at Woolwich in the Year 1814
During the Napoleonic War there was a huge expansion in shipbuilding at the Royal Dockyards on the Thames. The 'Nelson', named after the hero of Trafalgar, was just one of many commissions. Peace brought a sudden collapse in orders and many dockyard workers in Woolwich and Deptford faced great hardship.
L. Francia (artist)
Original size: 173 mm x 261 mm
- Image reference: PZ7973
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London