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Default SS Great Britain off Cowes by Ivan Berryman


SS Great Britain off Cowes by Ivan Berryman
Released June 2012

One of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's most elegant designs, the 322ft long SS Great Britain of 1843 was the first ocean-going vessel to be made entirely of metal and also the first to be propeller-driven. She enjoyed a long and varied career before being abandoned as a hulk in the Falkland Islands at the end of the 1800s. In 1970, she was brought home to Bristol where she was fully restored and can be visited today. She is depicted in the Cowes Roads after her epic rounding of The Lizard on her maiden voyage, during which she had encountered - and survived - a violent storm.

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