A dry dock chamber at King George V Dock: 1917
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A dry dock chamber at King George V Dock: 1917

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© PLA collection/Museum of London

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This image shows the construction of a dry dock chamber at King George V Dock in November 1917.
As the third of the Royal docks, King George V Dock was built to enhance and extend the trade that was passing though the Royal Victoria and Albert Docks.
The King George V was the last of London's upstream enclosed docks to be built and construction was completed in 1921.
 

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Date

1917 AD - 1917 AD
 

Image Number

007197
 

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