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Re: Tooley Street area Wharfs

Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 4:41 am
by kiwi
Hays Wharf London Bridge Bermondsey in 1969 X.jpg
Hays Wharf London Bridge Bermondsey in 196
Tea being delivered from Hay's Wharf bonded warehouse.c1909   X.jpg
Tea being delivered from Hay's Wharf bonded warehouse.c 1909. >>>>

Re: Tooley Street area Wharfs

Posted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 8:12 am
by kiwi
SHAD THAMES 1.jpg
SHAD THAMES.
Tower Bridge Wharf 1940.jpg
Tower Bridge Wharf 1940, (Hays Wharf?)

Re: Tooley Street area Wharfs

Posted: Sat Oct 21, 2017 5:04 am
by kiwi
St Saviour's Dock, Bermondsey 1922.jpg
St Saviour's Dock, Bermondsey 1922.
NEAR MILL STREET.jpg
NEAR MILL STREET.

Re: Tooley Street area Wharfs

Posted: Mon Oct 23, 2017 4:05 am
by kiwi
St Saviours Dock 1922..jpg
This aerial photograph from 1922 shows Mill St, St Saviour's dock, and warehouses on the site of Providence Square:
SEAL IN ST SAVIOURS DOCK. Is he classed as a resident.jpg
SEAL IN ST SAVIOURS DOCK. Is he classed as a resident??

Re: Tooley Street area Wharfs

Posted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 1:39 am
by kiwi
East Lane Wharf, Bermondsey Boro' Council, East Lane Stairs, London Grist Mills and Seaborne Coal Wharf from the Bond's Wharf to Tower Bridge section of the south bank of the Thames. This was the refuse wharf for Bermondsey Borough Council tipping rubbish into barges.
east lane.jpg
EAST LANE WHARF.

Re: Tooley Street area Wharfs

Posted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:49 pm
by kiwi
Did you know?
Downing’s Road is what they call river moorings.
Downing’s Roads are one of the oldest surviving river moorings in London. Since at least the first half of the 19th Century, the moorings have been used to accommodate a variety of craft, both permanently moored and mobile
Dockers had to wear overalls without pockets. When No. 1 Warehouse first opened, dock workers had to wear special pocket less garments to stop them pilfering goods.
TOWER BRIDGE WHARF..jpg