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- Fri Oct 12, 2018 2:38 am
- Forum: Pie & Mash
- Topic: The great pie & mash debate
- Replies: 15
- Views: 5737
Tower Bridge Road, 2017. Rick Poole, co-owner of Southwark’s Manze’s Pie and Mash stores, says the chain’s popular Tower Bridge Road branch is under threat as it struggles to keep up with the ever-changing times. Bermondsey’s much-loved historic pie and mash shop is urging customers to get behind it...
Guy's Hospital Medical School, Newcomen Street, Southwark, c 1935. A woman loading equipment to be decontaminated into a steam chest in the new Pathological Block of St Guy's Hospital. The bacteria contaminating test tubes and bottles must be killed before the containers are safe for handling by the...
NEW KENT ROAD, TROCADERO,.jpg My brother Bob entering one of the talent competitions at the Trocadero and came second. I remember that a group won, which was not surprising as at that time Rock-n-Roll was all the rage and ballad singers were not as popular (late 1950s) My brother sang the song IF, ...
Cooperage was situated at 48-50 Tooley Street. This pub has now been demolished and replaced by part of the new London Bridge Station. Stainer Street left and opposite Hays Galleria, Hays Lane. Tooley Street Cooperage Pub now been demolished and replaced by part of the new London Bridge Station..jpg
- Tue Oct 09, 2018 9:55 pm
- Forum: Docklands and Waterways
- Topic: Tooley Street area Wharfs
- Replies: 34
- Views: 6509
A system of casual employment was operated in London docks whereby men would queue up to be taken on each day. This was unpopular but continued well into the 20th century. Large numbers were required when trade was good because almost all the work of moving and loading goods was done by hand. c1910....