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Cutty Sark

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"Second option: Cutty Sark, the last surviving clipper ship from the days of the tea trade. This is a wonderful visit for history buffs, as you'll discover what life was like on board through superb multi-sensory exhibits that bring the ship back to life. It's one of the best visits to make on your trip to London."
"Cutty Sark is the name of a British clipper ship that was built on the River Clyde in Scotland. It’s a historic sailing ship and was one of the fastest of its time, but it now more known as one of the award-winning visitor attractions in Greenwich, London."
"This is the first large feature you run by on the course *about 6 miles in* and it starts to feel so real at this moment."
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