History of the Atlantic Cable & Undersea Communications
Cable Work at Greenwich: Telcon Electrical Staff, 1890
Thanks to Allan Green for providing the scan of this photograph.
When the photograph was published in the Telcon House Magazine in 1949 it generated a number of comments from old-timer readers, and another photograph from the same period was printed in the next issue:
For more information on the Telegraph Construction & Maintenance
Company (Telcon) and cable making at Greenwich, see
Cable Work at Greenwich
A Photographic View of Enderby's Wharf in 2004 and
150 Years Of Industry & Enterprise At Enderby's Wharf
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