Maritime Greenwich By David Ramzan
David Ramzan was born in Greenwich. He is a sought after artist and has previously written Greenwich:The centre of the world.
For over a thousand years Greenwich was the site of a thriving ship and boatbuilding industry. A variety of ships were built up and down the Thames, but it was in Greenwich where London’s shipbuilding evolved when the Royal Docks of Deptford and Woolwich were established by King Henery VIII, whose palace stood between the two at Greenwich.
This beautifully illustrated book presents the illustrious maritime history of Greenwich. The images contains in this publication are from David Ramzan’s own personal collection and the Local History Library at the Greenwich Heritage Centre.
Paperback:128 pages of black and
white images or drawings