Product images of The ship 'Waterloo' (1833)
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The ship 'Waterloo' (1833)
The full-rigged ship 'Waterloo' (according to her name pennant at the main) flying a union signal flag at the fore for a pilot, with what may be a pilot schooner in the left background bearing the number 3 on its sails. The headland with a low lighthouse behind may be the Mumbles, near Swansea.
- Image reference: BHC3712
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London