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No. 3 covered slip, Chatham Historic Dockyard site from the air

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aerial photograph of No. 3 covered slip Chatham Historic Dockyard Chatham Kent UK. NO. 3 covered slip was built in 1838 and was originally one of three . The others have long gone but No3 survived because when ships outgrew it, it was used for storing boats. It was designed by Sir Robert Seppings

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