The Great Eastern, in charge of four steam-tugs, endeavouring to make Cork Harbour
"The Great Eastern" steamship entering Cork Harbour with tug boats in September 1861 to shelter from a storm. The steamship had left Liverpool for America but after encountering a storm off the cost of Cape Clear, was forced to turn to Cork Harbour for safety.
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London : Louis Rochefort, 15 Crown Str., Finsbury, [n.d., ca. 1861].
Formerly held at PD 4300 TC.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; 26.7 x 48 cm..
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