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Cutty Sark: Your memories

Copyright Surinder Singh

You have been sending us pictures of your visits to the Cutty Sark. Surinder Singh took this picture before renovation work began on the ship.

Copyright Linda Smith

Linda Smith's late grandfather, Thomas Mackie, was a carpenter who worked on the Cutty Sark in the 1950s.

Copyright Joseph Del-Prado

Joseph Del-Prado sent in this picture during a recent visit.

Copyright Amber Lee

Amber Lee's daughter had a great time during her visit - she was upset to hear about the news this morning.

Copyright Ian Pennington

Ian Pennington said the Cutty Sark would be a real loss if it could not be repaired. He took this picture of a sunset behind the Sark's rigging.

Copyright Joao Carneiro

Some locals have had a great view of the Cutty Sark. Joao Carneiro took this picture from the balcony of a neighbouring house.

Copyright Louis Webb

The Cutty Sark was a popular London Marathon landmark. Louis Webb took this picture before its restoration. His brother ran the marathon to raise money for it.

Copyright Malcolm Heaven

Another picture of the Cutty Sark at night, this one sent in by Malcolm Heaven.

Copyright Michael Neill

Inside the Cutty Sark. Michael Neill took this picture when he went on board for a visit.

Copyright Sean Crossin

Sean Crossin took this picture of his son Arthur and nephew Michael, who both loved his visit. Sean says they also helped with fund raising for the refurbishment.

Copyright Fred Beckett

Fred Beckett did this oil painting just before the Cutty Sark was dismantled for renovation.

Copyright Hassan Abba

And here's a view from the front. Picture sent in by Hassan Abba. Send your pictures to yourpics@bbc.co.uk






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