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View of Greenwich Hospital from the north bank of the Thames, 1835
A view looking west across the river frontage of Greenwich Hospital. On the left is the Old George Inn, which in 1837 was replaced by the present Trafalgar Tavern, with passenger wherries and local fishing boats moored off what was then one of the main local landing places at the north end of modern Park Row. Beyond the Hospital, here shown flying the Union flag over the Governor's House in the King Charles Court, can be seen Fisher's Alley, or Fisher Lane, the Ship Inn and the buildings around Greenwich landing. A crane is distinctly visible beyond and a number of people have been portrayed on the Five-Foot Walk, in front of the Hospital. On the extreme right, beyond the brig coming downstream, is the hospital ship, 'Dreadnought'.
George Chambers, Senior
- Image reference: BHC1823
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London