Product images of Woolwich
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A panorama of Woolwich and the river viewed from inland. A road is cut out of the hill leading down into the town, a woman and a boy with a goat are far right starting to walk down the road towards Woolwich. The docks are in the far left of the picture, and housing, a church, and more ships can be seen to the right. The picture illustrates the rural land meeting the docks. Hand-coloured. From Boydell's 'History of the Thames' series, 1794-1796, vol II, no. 68, p. 254.
Joseph Farington (artist)
Original size: 308 mm x 419 mm
- Image reference: PY1989
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London