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The Middleton and St Bride's Wharf.
This was a large wharf operated by the English and Scottish Joint Co-Operative Wholesale Society for nearly half a century before its closure in...
The Hermitage Basin (London Docks), c. 1969.
The Hermitage Basin was at the westerly entrance to the Western Dock of the London Docks system. This was opened in 1821 for smaller ships and...
The river, and St Paul's Wharf, with the dome of the cathedral in the background.
A view from the River Thames, taken on a trip from Westminster to Greenwich, showing warehouses on the north bank of the Thames just east of...
The Royal Albert Dock.
The 'Ibaraki Maro' (1965) and 'City of Liverpool' (1949). The cargo vessel 'City of Liverpool' was built by Cammell Laird & Company Ltd for the...
passing under Southwark Bridge.
The SS 'Wandle' passing under Southwark Bridge on her maiden voyage on 30 October 1932. She carried coal - up to 2,220 tons - for the Wandsworth and...
The Freight Hall of the General Steam Navigation Company.
The grand Freight Hall of the General Steam Navigation Company, at 15 Trinity Square in the City of London. This great company lacked the romance of...
The filling in of the London Docks.
The London Docks were the first to be closed in 1969, before for the plans for redeveloping 'Docklands' had taken shape. The site was neglected until...
(1954) at the Millennium Mills.
The 'Sunrip' (1954) at Spiller's Millennium Mills in the Royal Victoria Dock. These mills were among the largest in London, and processed huge...
at the Rank Premier Mill.
The 'Surrey Trader' (1964) at the Rank Premier Mill in the Royal Victoria Dock. The Millennium Mills are on the left.
The 'Vestal' (1898) was a Trinity House lighthouse tender, carrying supplies and equipment to the Corporation's lighthouses and lightships in England...
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