EAW007279 ENGLAND (1947). The Royal Eagle Paddle Steamer on the River Thames, Silvertown, 1947

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Title [EAW007279] The Royal Eagle Paddle Steamer on the River Thames, Silvertown, 1947
Reference EAW007279
Date 24-June-1947
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Place name SILVERTOWN
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Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 540090, 179684
Longitude / Latitude 0.01842646116265, 51.498228902856
National Grid Reference TQ401797

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Paddle Steamer Royal Eagle. Built 1932 by Cammell Laird Birkenhead for General Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. Length 292.1 ft Beam 36.7 ft Launched with a bottle of whisky. Sailed on the London (Tower Bridge), Southend, Margate & Ramsgate service. 2000 passengers on four decks with dining saloons to seat 310. Requisitioned in WW2 as an anti aircraft vessel in the River Thames. (HMS Royal Eagle) Made three trips to Dunkirk, saving 2657 men 1950 ran between London and Clacton. Scrapped in 1953

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