Seaweed hangs from 19th century cast-iron winch. Seawater spills over sea wall in stormy weather, splashing onto rusting winch. Spray and mist rise off each wave. Beach and dune formations visible in background. Lockdown shot.
Oliver’s was an ironmongers and ship’s chandlers based in Wapping in east London, in business for much of the 19th Century, patenting and supplying maritime equipment.
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