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The Cutty Sark. A clipper ship
that worked the tea trade to
Entrance to the Pedestrian
tunnel under the Thames.
The Cutty Sark was the fastest
ship in the world when
launched in 1869.
The Main Deck of the Cutty
Belowdecks on the Cutty Sark
there is a figurehead display.
Stern detail of the Cutty Sark.
The Witch figurehead with
horse's tail from a poem by
Robert Burns.
Famous Admirals look down
from the façade of the Old
Royal Naval College
The Old Royal Naval College
now part of Greenwich
The Millenium Dome. Opened
the first day of the year 2000 it is
the biggest roof in the world.
Recently stationed in the Persian gulf the crew of the frigate
Westminster had gained the right to parade through the city the day
before. This right had not been granted to a crew in hundreds of years.
Skating rink between the
buildings of the Old Royal
Naval College.
The National Maritime
The Royal Observatory built on a
hill in 1675 by King Charles II.
Maritime Museum and the
Royal Naval Academy.
The Royal Observatory and the
location of the Greenwich
Canary Wharf and the Isle of
Dogs from the Royal
Monument to General James
Wolfe (1727-1759) the "Victor
of Quebec".
School kids play around on the
Meridian Line stranding over 2
Downtown Greenwich.
Canary Wharf.
The Old Royal Naval College
shortly after sunset (4:00 PM).
The Thames Tunnel
Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich