Product images of The steamship 'Triton' (Br, 1845)
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The steamship 'Triton' (Br, 1845)
Inscribed 'The General Steam Navigation Company Works are shown in the distance. The General Steam Navigation Company ran passenger services from London to the east of England coastal ports; Leith (Edinburgh); Bordeaux (France) and Mediterranean ports'.
J.L Tudgay (artist)
Original size: 440 mm x 621 mm
- Image reference: PY8927
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London