's Canterbury', c 1923-1926.
© NRM / Pictorial Collection / Science & Society Picture Library
Gesowork painting showing the s 'Canterbury', a Southern Railway (SR) ferry approaching the White Cliffs of Dover. Many British railway companies ran ferry services to the continent. The s Canterbury carried travellers journeying between London and Paris acros the English Channel, sailing between Dover and Calais. She entered service for the South Eastern & Chatham Railway Company in 1901, and continued to carry pasengers acros the Channel until she was sold in 1926.