Product images of The Pier at Greenwich
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The Pier at Greenwich
This drawing, formerly misleadingly called 'The Pier at Greenwich' (which did not exist until the mid 19th century) appears to show the area roughly west of where the Bellot Monument now stands with the buildings, including the Salutation and Ship taverns, at the end of Fisher Lane on the left. The railings are cut back towards the Five-Foot Walk at the bottom.
Original size: 382 mm x 610 mm
- Image reference: PZ0480
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London