Kingsman Green Mosaic

A beautiful mosaic celebrating the maritime past of Woolwich Dockyard.

Kingsman Green Unveiled by Nick Raynsford MP in June 2000, the Kingsman Green Mosaic adorns the entrance to the underpass connecting Kingsman Road and the Woolwich Dockyard Estate in South East London.

The piece was created by the renowned Greenwich Mural Workshop with the assistance of pupils of Cardwell Primary School and young people from the Woolwich YMCA and GD Youth Project . The mosaic shows the launching of HMS Trafalgar at Woolwich by Queen Victoria in 1841 and other scenes commemorating the areas long maritime history. It was funded by Greenwich Council, London Arts Board and the Foundation for Sports and the Arts.

Condition

The mosaic is in good condition however there is much water staining on the surrounding area.

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This mural is in OK condition

Where to find it

Kingsman Parade, Woolwich, SE18

From Woolwich Dockyard Rail Station, come out onto Belson Road. Take a left and walk down til you hit a T-junction. This is Kingsman Street. Take a left again and walk til you hit the main road. Then take a left again - you should see some shops and a subway ahead. This is Kingman Parade and the mosaic is in the Subway.
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Colours

#991111 #664444 #BB9988 #997755 #332211 #995500 #DDCCAA #445533 #113322 #556677 #223344 #221133 #220011 #553344 #996677 #770011

Dimensions

5 m x 3 m Person for scale

Materials

  • Tile: Mosaic tiles

Funding

How to get there

Bus
161, 53, 422, 177, 180
Train
Woolwich Dockyard
Tube
Woolwich Arsenal (DLR)

© London Mural Preservation Society 2017