EPW006264 ENGLAND (1921). Tilbury Docks, Tilbury, from the north-west, 1921

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EPW006264
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EPW032807A
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EAW020323
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EPR000361
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EPW032803
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EAW002338
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EPW001400
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EAW020324
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EPW001397
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EPR000363
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Manylion

Pennawd [EPW006264] Tilbury Docks, Tilbury, from the north-west, 1921
Cyfeirnod EPW006264
Dyddiad 23-May-1921
Dolen
Enw lle TILBURY
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 563377, 176142
Hydred / Lledred 0.35202616660567, 51.460153293908
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ634761

Pinnau

Looks like Coal Barges.

BigglesH
Thursday 19th of July 2012 03:40:34 AM
Tilbury Hotel Built in 1886 to accommodate passengers departing from liners using the Tilbury Docks, the Tilbury Hotel attempted to bring late-Victorian opulence to this rather isolated stretch of the river. Its distinctive appearance was not appreciated by everyone. Joseph Conrad, who passed it many times during his years at sea, called it a 'shapeless and desolate red edifice' that 'towers over the bend in monstrous ugliness'. George Orwell, who saw it nearly half a century later, was even more unkind. The travellers were equally unenthusiastic - the hotel closed after only a year. The building was used for various purposes until it was destroyed by German bombs in 1944.

Shortcut Ben
Tuesday 17th of July 2012 01:57:12 PM