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- Thu Nov 15, 2018 9:58 pm
- Forum: Docklands and Waterways
- Topic: ROTHERHITHE,WHARFS & DOCKS.
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In the 1850s Prince's Wharf was the timber-built base of a barge and boat builder, but by 1873 the entire Thames frontage at this point was made up of a series of wharves of varying sizes. By 1937 Prince's Wharf was a six-storey brick-built wharf next to Gordon's Wharf and linked to it by walkways. ...
- Thu Nov 15, 2018 9:35 pm
- Forum: Buildings & Streets
- Topic: Lower Road Rotherhithe
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The Red Lion Pub, the one shown, built 1870,at the junction with Rotherhithe New Road. First recorded in 1805 and ceased trading in 1994. Previous names include 'Halfway House' : The Ship Marlborough' and the 'Jolly Miller'. Lower Road, The Red Lion Pub Rotherhithe.gif Lower Road, site off Red Lion ...
The Pitts Head was situated at 14 Grange Road. I think this pub was on the corner of Woods Place which ran through to Webbs Street. Paragon Alley is further down and going pass Webb Street School. I remember when I went to Webb Street School late 40s early 5os, this was a furniture shop and there wa...