You have been sending us pictures of your visits to the Cutty Sark. Michael Wain took this photo while on a visit from Australia.
This photo was taken by John Morine in May 1965 when he and his wife Adrienne, from New Zealand, were living in London.
Bruce Bardell took this picture of Nannie, the original figurehead of the Cutty Sark. She was removed prior to the fire.
"Does this fiery determined face sum up public and financial commitment to sort out this mess?" - Simon Mulvaney, a student from Sheffield.
Carine West took this picture last year, showing how time and the elements had coloured the iron hull.
Darren Setter took this aerial shot while on a fly-over in April.
A view of a kitchen inside the Cutty Sark. Taken last summer by Mandalika Bhattacharya
Mandalika also sent this picture of the bell on the deck of the ship.
The Cutty Sark looked striking at night, as shown by Ozlem Mehmet.
Paul Wolfram took this close-up of the Cutty Sark's distinctive signage.
Robert Wyeth had just finished painting this picture when he heard the news of the fire. He says it shows what the Cutty Sark would have looked like at sea.
Roberto Farren, a local resident, took this picture. "I hope that they can work their magic and bring her back," he says. Send your pictures to email@example.com