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The Acclaimed story of the Cutty Sark, 1869-2019 - Cutty Sark Museum Greenwich 4

The Acclaimed story of the Cutty Sark, 1869-2019 – Cutty Sark Museum Greenwich

1869 Dumbarton Cutty Sark, the worlds most famous Clipper Ship, Permanently Docked at the Cutty Sark Museum Greenwich Greenwich, London’s self-declared Maritime hub of old. Home of the National Maritime Museum and former Naval College, the Greenwich meantime Meridian line and the last surviving Tea Clipper in the world, housed in a special purpose-built facility …

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Jack the Ripper, published Dear Boss

1888 ‘Dear Boss’ The Whitechappel Murders AKA Jack the Ripper, who wrote the letter?

1888 Anonymous letter to the Central News Agency London “Dear Boss”, introducing the name Jack the Ripper for the first time. The Dear Boss Letter in full On the 27th of September 1888, the central news agency received an anonymous letter, in red ink, it read; Dear Boss, I keep on hearing the police have …

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National Maritime Museum Greenwich

Greenwich Facts and the 4 winter Autumn Galleries at the National Maritime Museum

The 9 historical facts of Greenwich and the National Maritime Museum brand new galleries Greenwich is located in the bulb of the river Thames, Opposite the Isle of Dogs and if you were back in the 1600s, you would see Greenwich as a place nestled between the Royal Docks at Woolwich and Deptford. Wind the clock even …

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