Product images of The powder magazine near Greenwich
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The powder magazine near Greenwich
Plate 6 from a series by Toms, a well known London topographer and engraver of the first half of the 18th century. The broad location of the magazine was east of East Greenwich, then ending at about Ballast Quay, round to the Greenwich Peninsula (formerly Greenwich Marsh), now site of the Dome. It is almost certainly the magazine on the formerly marshy site of what is now Granite Wharf, east of Lovell's Wharf.
Original size: 106 mm x 152 mm
- Image reference: PU2175
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London