Plaque

Marchioness at National Theatre

Marchioness at National Theatre Marchioness at National Theatre
Inscription

Near this spot on Sunday 20th August 1989 the pleasure boat Marchioness was in collision with another vessel and sank with the loss of 51 lives.

Site: Marchioness at National Theatre (1 memorial)

SE1, Queen's Walk

We have found three (identical) plaques on the South Bank riverside recalling this disaster, as follows:
Royal Festival Hall
National Theatre - this one,
London Eye.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Marchioness at National Theatre

Subjects commemorated i

Sinking of the Marchioness

The pleasure boat The Marchioness collided with another vessel and sank with ...

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