Cutty Sark: On board the ship restored after major fire

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Five years after she was gutted by fire, London's famous 19th century tea clipper the Cutty Sark will reopen to the public this week.

Many feared a unique piece of maritime history had been lost but on Wednesday the Queen will officially reopen the ship, following a £50 million conservation project.

Tim Muffett joined Richard Doughty of the Cutty Sark Trust on board for a special preview.

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