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The Whitby old draw-bridge
Begun to be taken down by Messrs Craven (the Contractors for building the New Bridge) the 20th June, 1833'. Mounted with PAD1265.
Francis Pickernell (artist)
Original size: 238 mm x 290 mm
- Image reference: PU1264
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London