Cutty Sark could be "salvageable", says architect involved in restoration

Youmeheshe's proposed permanent visitor centre for the Cutty Sark site.

Simon Beames of youmeheshe has been working on temporary and permanent structures at the south-east London berth of the famous tea clipper. He spoke to Elaine Knutt earlier today to update BD from alongside the ship

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