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Walk along River Thames - Tower Bridge to Thames Barrier on South Bank (but started at Aldgate Tube Station)

apologies for any incorrect information - walk & photos taken on single day trip away from Sheffield's dark satanic mills

walking towards Tower Bridge
The Shard
The Tower of London, the Shard behind
Tower Bridge
HMS Belfast to left
Butlers' Quay
Tower Bridge
behind Butlers Quay & between linked warehouses
Tower Bridge
HMS President
St Saviour's Dock (taken from footbridge)
Tower Bridge & the North Bank
Butlers' Wharf
Oliver's Wharf on the North Bank
North Bank
St John's Wharf on North Bank
South Bank
The Shard, Tower Bridge & St Paul's Dome
St John's Wharf again
To the memory of Christopher Jones 1570 - 1622, master of the Mayflower buried in this churchyard. He landed 102 planters & adventurers at Plymouth Massachusetts 21.Dec.1620. They formed the Mayflower Compact & the first permanent colony in New England. The statue represents Jones looking back at England, while the child is looking towards the New World. It was paid for by the Sons & Daughters of the Pilgrims

St Mary's Church, Rotherhithe

St Mary's Rotherhithe - Free School
Sailing of the Mayflower from Rotherhithe

Sunbeam Weekly and the Pilgrim's Pocket by Peter McLean
New Crane Wharf on North bank
on North Bank
Globe Wharf on South Bank
buildings on left and towers behind all on North Bank
'North bank'
on South Bank behind buildings & Thames
buildings left & right on South Bank - buildings in centre across Themes on North bank
Surrey Farm
Derrick - in use?
Sculpture on South Bank - details required
entrance to Greenland Dock - probably not used? - smaller South Dock linked to it apparently now provides entrance & exit.
Greenland Dock
entrance to South Dock?
Boundary Stone between St Pauls Parish Deptford & St Marys Parish Rotherhithe
North Bank
view from South to North Bank
Royal Naval College & Cutty Sark
disgruntled Cyclist?
condemned jetties
Cutty Sark
Statue of Peter the Great - who spent time at nearby Sayes Court
Deptford Creek
Deptford Creek
entrance to Greenwich foot tunnel completed in 1902
last of the great clipper ships
Royal Naval College
The Millenium Dome in distance
The almshouses of Trinity Hospital built in 1837. (behind coal fired power plant now converted to gas or oil - delivered by road tankers - standby use only for Tube trains)
unidentified spire seen on North Bank
Thames Path National Trail
students out doing an architectural survey at low tide
looking back at the power plant
unloading sand from boat
North bank in view
The Millennium Dome
a segment of a boat - use not clear?
an unidentified work of art in foreground. The Emirate Airline London Thames Cable Car behind.
The Thames Barrier
unidentified artist
Greenwich Yacht Club on right
beware quicksands
Thames Barrier
Concrete Society award to Rendel Palmer and Tritton
A profile of the River Thames

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