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Sarah Wigglesworth Architects - Bermondsey bicicletas Station

Bermondsey Square Bicycle Station designed by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects.

The Neckinger    Rising in Southwark, this reaches the Thames at   St Saviour's Dock where, in the 17th century, pirates were hung, hence the river's name ie devil's neckcloth. This area was once called Jacob's Island, notorious as a filthy slum in the time of Charles Dickens, but is now the upmarket Shad Thames.    Shad Thames SE1  Tube: Bermondsey

The Neckinger Rising in Southwark, this reaches the Thames at St Saviour's Dock where, in the 17th century, pirates were hung, hence the river's name ie devil's neckcloth. This area was once called Jacob's Island, notorious as a filthy slum in the time of Charles Dickens, but is now the upmarket Shad Thames. Shad Thames SE1 Tube: Bermondsey

Maltby Street Market, Maltby Street, London | Shopping/Markets in londontown.com | LondonTown.com

Maltby Street Market, Maltby Street, London | Shopping/Markets in londontown.com | LondonTown.com

Little Bird Gin at Maltby Street Market, London.

Little Bird Gin at Maltby Street Market, London.

Spotlight on Bermondsey  A guide to London's trendy area Bermondsey #areaguide #london

Spotlight on Bermondsey

Spotlight on Bermondsey A guide to London's trendy area Bermondsey

John Scott, the Pearly King of Mile End, left, Jimmy Juker, the Pearly King of Camberwell and Bermondsey, center, and Shaun Austin, the Pearly King of Tower Hamlets talk outside a pub in London's Tower Hamlets Borough Thursday, July 19, 2012. The Pearly Kings were at the pub for an event to promote the Cockney language and culture in London's East End as the city prepares for the 2012 Summer Olympics.

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John Scott, the Pearly King of Mile End, left, Jimmy Juker, the Pearly King of…

Bermondsey wall

Bermondsey wall