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Volume One - Into the Victorian Age - Some notable sailings from the docks . . .

The 'Cutty Sark' under tow of tug 'Muria' in the Thames presumably on her way to Greenhithe during June 1938.

No. 9 tip at Penarth Dock where 'Cutty Sark' loaded with coal for that fateful 'Hell-ship Voyage' voyage in May 1880.

   
'Cutty Sark Approaching Penarth- May 22nd 1880' - Tony Batey's fine artistic impression of the her making her way up channel passing Flat Holm.
   
 
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