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This plate representing the Opening of St. Katherine Docks on Saturday 25th October 1828
The 'Elizabeth' entering St Katharine Dock on the opening day in 1828. The docks had over a million square feet of storage area to house items such as tea, rubber, wool, marble, ivory, tallow and turtle shell. Despite this, the docks were never a great financial success and were finally closed in 1968, having been running at a loss. They were sold by the Port of London Authority to the Greater London Council.
Object number: PAH9912
Original dimensions: 383 mm x 563 mm
- Image reference: S2689
- National Maritime Museum