Limehouse Dock. Gustave Doré (1832-83). 1872. Tailpiece for Chapter III of Douglas Jerrold's London, p. 32. “At Limehouse the activity in the coal trade was the striking feature. The rows iof black ships, the dusty workmen and quays, are in striking contrast to the brightness of the scenes where the immense Australian emigrant clippers lie, and where our corn and wine are landed” (29) Click on image to enlarge it.
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Jerrold, Blanchard, and Gustave Doré. London: A Pilgrimage. London: Grant & Co., 1872.
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