Queen unveils plaque at Cutty Sark
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Queen officially re-opens Cutty Sark

The historic ship, Cutty Sark, has been officially opened to the public by the Queen after the completion of a £50million restoration project.

The tea clipper, in Greenwich in east London, was destroyed by fire in 2007, during a previous refurbishment.

For the first time, an exhibition space has been built around the vessel, which visitors have to enter in order to approach the hull.

  • 25 Apr 2012
  • From the section UK
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