CUTTY SARK is a clipper ship. Built in 1869, she served as a merchant vessel, and then as a training ship until being put on public display in 1954. She is preserved in dry dock in Greenwich, London. Badly damaged by fire on 21 May 2007 while undergoing conservation, the vessel is being restored and is expected to reopen in 2012. I was lucky enough to take a photo before.

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Comments (13)

Michal Ritter on April 1, 2011

This is a beautiful classic ... captured at the right moment, just a pity that the fire ..

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Greetings from Michal

Philip Rainbird on April 3, 2011

Nice to see the old clipper dressed all over and soon to be reincarnated.

amadeus2050 on April 3, 2011

Hermosa foto, muy buena información, saludos desde España. Amadeus2050

lino lentini on April 4, 2011

bellissimi ricordi. LIKE,ciao.lino

ad vitam et terrae n… on April 4, 2011

Hi Suzyesue

This picture of the Cutty sark reminds me a lovely journey in London and Greenwich park, Thanks for sharing,

Obrigado,

I LIke it

It was also before the fire

Greetings from Italy

AVETN

AD VITAM ET TERRAE NOBILIS

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Maurizio Piazzai on April 5, 2011

Fantastic! Nice shot.LIKE!!! Greetingsfrom Italy, Maurizio

Etscha on April 10, 2011

Stimmungsvolles Bild

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Gruß Heinz

Mahmoud Eskandari on May 9, 2011

LIKE for nice photo

Best regards, Mahmoud

Vahdettin Macit on May 15, 2011

very nice photo and great shot Suzyesue

congratulations and greetings

Susana Harrison on July 21, 2011

Thank you all for visiting my gallery and for the lovely comments
Really glad you enjoyed my photo
Greetings from London
Suzyesue

Gth1947 on July 21, 2011

Glück gehabt.....(;-)))

PG*

Dinos Konstantinos on July 22, 2011

Beautiful. like 6. Greetings from Athens

Susana Harrison on October 31, 2011

Thank you all for visiting my gallery and for the lovely comments
Greetings from London
Suzyesue

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