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“Good Day! London River, the Limehouse Barge-Builders by Charles Napier Hemy 1877 (South Shields Museum and Art Gallery)”

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“Good Day! London River, the Limehouse Barge-Builders by Charles Napier Hemy 1877 (South Shields Museum and Art Gallery)”

London Yard and Beyond in 1862 | Isle of Dogs – Past Life, Past Lives

London Yard and Beyond in 1862

Every now and again I come across an old image of the Isle of Dogs which is of such high quality and detail that I can spend ages studying it, and frequently learn something new or something famili…

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Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend

Loading in the Pool of London H E Turner

Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend | Isle of Dogs – Past Life, Past Lives

Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend

Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend | Isle of Dogs – Past Life, Past Lives

Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend | Isle of Dogs – Past Life, Past Lives

Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend

Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend | Isle of Dogs – Past Life, Past Lives

Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend | Isle of Dogs – Past Life, Past Lives

Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend

Thames Portrait – From Westminster to Southend | Isle of Dogs – Past Life, Past Lives

Geo. and W. Lamb, mast makers - 92 Narrow Street, and Charles J. Hartnoll, barge building, at no. 94. On rt the Two Brewers can be seen. Centre are Harbour Master's office (flags), HQ of the Thames police and the Bunch of Grapes. A large barge builder's yard is prominent among the wooden buildings characteristic of the Limehouse riverside which are seen on the right. Two barges are moored in the centre and, on the left, a tug is towing out a schooner. c. 1890

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Rotherhithe Greeting Card featuring the painting The Mayfloer Pub Rotherhithe London by Mackenzie Moulton

The Mayfloer Pub Rotherhithe London Greeting Card for Sale by Mackenzie Moulton

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B&W photograph of Thames with the masts with furled sails of two barges at their moorings in the foreground being echoed by the two tall towers of the power station to the left centre ground, on the opposite bank of the river, under a clear sky with puffy white clouds.

A Wreck Process . . . interrupted by centuries

The Ship under the Power Station Development has always presented archaeological opportunities and threats. Nowadays policies for archaeological watching briefs and rescue archaeology are firmly in…