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Chatham Dockyard: the Masthouses and Mouldlofts

RIBA118896
NOTES: Chatham Dockyard was established as a Royal Dockyard from 1567. It closed in 1984, but has a number of surviving historic structures ranging in date from the early 18th century to the early-mid 20th century. It is now managed as a visitor attraction. There are seven interlinking masthouses used to make and store masts, while the mouldloft was where the lines of each frame of a ship would be taken from the plan and scribed, full size, into the floor by shipwrights. See RIBA118920 for a colour version of this image.

Chatham Dockyard: the Masthouses and Mouldlofts

RIBA118897
NOTES: Chatham Dockyard was established as a Royal Dockyard from 1567. It closed in 1984, but has a number of surviving historic structures ranging in date from the early 18th century to the early-mid 20th century. It is now managed as a visitor attraction. There are seven interlinking masthouses used to make and store masts, while the mouldloft was where the lines of each frame of a ship would be taken from the plan and scribed, full size, into the floor by shipwrights.

Chatham Dockyard: the Mouldloft

RIBA118910
NOTES: Chatham Dockyard was established as a Royal Dockyard from 1567. It closed in 1984, but has a number of surviving historic structures ranging in date from the early 18th century to the early-mid 20th century. It is now managed as a visitor attraction. The mouldloft was where the lines of each frame of a ship would be taken from the plan and scribed, full size, into the floor by shipwrights.

Chatham Dockyard: the Mouldloft

RIBA118911
NOTES: Chatham Dockyard was established as a Royal Dockyard from 1567. It closed in 1984, but has a number of surviving historic structures ranging in date from the early 18th century to the early-mid 20th century. It is now managed as a visitor attraction. The mouldloft was where the lines of each frame of a ship would be taken from the plan and scribed, full size, into the floor by shipwrights.

Chatham Dockyard: the Masthouses and Mouldlofts

RIBA118920
NOTES: Chatham Dockyard was established as a Royal Dockyard from 1567. It closed in 1984, but has a number of surviving historic structures ranging in date from the early 18th century to the early-mid 20th century. It is now managed as a visitor attraction. There are seven interlinking masthouses used to make and store masts, while the mouldloft was where the lines of each frame of a ship would be taken from the plan and scribed, full size, into the floor by shipwrights. See RIBA118896 for a black and white version of this image.

Heron Quay (Phase I), Isle of Dogs, Docklands, London

RIBA119180
Nicholas Lacey Jobst & Hyett
NOTES: Phase I was completed in 1983. See RIBA119186 for a colour version of this image.

Heron Quay (Phase I), Isle of Dogs, Docklands, London

RIBA119181
Nicholas Lacey Jobst & Hyett
NOTES: Phase I was completed in 1983. See RIBA119187 for a colour version of this image.

Heron Quay (Phase I), Isle of Dogs, Docklands, London: the waterside walk

RIBA119182
Nicholas Lacey Jobst & Hyett
NOTES: Phase I was completed in 1983.

Heron Quay (Phase I), Isle of Dogs, Docklands, London: looking across the dock from the waterside walk

RIBA119183
Nicholas Lacey Jobst & Hyett
NOTES: Phase I was completed in 1983.

Heron Quay (Phase I), Isle of Dogs, Docklands, London

RIBA119184
Nicholas Lacey Jobst & Hyett
NOTES: Phase I was completed in 1983. See RIBA119185 for a colour version of this image.
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