The Cutty Sark 世界仅存运茶船

Cutty Sark figure head Image copyright BBC World Service
Image caption The Cutty Sark restoration project has cost £50 million.

Its cargo once consisted of tea, gunpowder and buffalo horns, but in 2007 the Cutty Sark was severely damaged by a huge fire.

Five years later, the famous tea clipper has been fully restored and is open for London tourists to climb aboard.

Jen and Helen tell us more about this iconic ship in this week's On the Town.

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