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HMS VICTORY BEING TOWED INTO NO. 2 DOCK FOR RESTORATION IN 1922

The Victory's name is synonymous with that of the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 but prior to Trafalgar the ship had seen a full 27 years of service. Her operational career eventually ended in 1812 and from then on she served as flagship of the local command being moored in Portsmouth Harbour. In 1922, as a result of the efforts of the Society for Nautic...

  • Id: hms-victory-dock_for_restoration_1922-b1p-007-b2p-109
  • Name: HMS VICTORY BEING TOWED INTO NO. 2 DOCK FOR RESTORATION IN 1922
  • Media: Oil on canvas
  • Size: 36"" x 24"" (92cm x 61cm)
  • Section: HISTORIC VESSELS
  • Book 1 Page: 7
  • Book 2 Page: 109