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‘SS Canterbury’, c 1923-1926.

Gessowork painting showing the SS ‘Canterbury’, a Southern Railway (SR) ferry approaching the White Cliffs of Dover. Many British railway companies ran ferry services to the continent. The SS Canterbury carried travellers journeying between London and Paris across the English Channel, sailing between Dover and Calais. She entered service for the South Eastern & Chatham Railway Company in 1901, and continued to carry passengers across the Channel until she was sold in 1926.

Image No. 10282855 | This is a Rights Managed image.

Inventory No.: 1976-9277
Source No.: 1976-9277

Credit © NRM/Pictorial Collection / Science & Society Picture Library -- All rights reserved.
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