King William Walk
LONDON - Greenwich, England, SE10 9HT
Phone: 020 8312 6608
Cutty Sark has travelled across the world, sailing under both the Red Ensign and the Portuguese flag, visiting every major port in the world through the course of her working life. In admiration of her beauty and in recognition of her fame, she was preserved for the nation by Captain Wilfred Dowman in 1922. Since then, the old clipper has been berthed in Falmouth and Greenhithe, finally arriving at her current resting place in Greenwich in 1954.
The Cutty Sark was ravaged by fire in 2007, it has since under gone a massive reconstruction.
Each penny costs £1. All pennies have a dotted border and Cutty Sark, Greenwichin text. The machine is located within the exhibit, the entry fe is £16.80, unless you are persuasive. It is downstairs, underneath the ship, in the cafe.
1) ... Cutty Sark Profile
2) ... Cutty Sark under sail
3) ... Cutty Sark wheel
4) ... Cutty Sark mast head
Machine details uploaded by David Miller, ukpennies.co.uk
November 12, 2018: Machine is not rolling well. Coins are printed over one side