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State of the Thames at Greenwich during the high tide of Thursday week, 17 March 1860, Illustrated London News. National Maritime Museum #thamesdiscovery #greenwichfrogs #greenwichpalace

State of the Thames at Greenwich during the high tide of Thursday week, 17 March 1860, Illustrated London News. National Maritime Museum #thamesdiscovery #greenwichfrogs #greenwichpalace

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Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street

Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street

1900 To WW2 by Dick Paterson.Between 1901-03 by 1910, most patrols were power driven.Over this period, the division was extending its patrols with two combined river and land stations at Erith and Barnes.The ex-naval hulks which had served as floating police stations were replaced with a floating pontoon known as Waterloo Pier and another land station at Blackwall. The patrols then extended some 36 miles from Teddington to Dartford Creek.Thames Police 'Chowkidah' at Waterloo Pier Pontoon

1900 To WW2 by Dick Paterson.Between 1901-03 by 1910, most patrols were power driven.Over this period, the division was extending its patrols with two combined river and land stations at Erith and Barnes.The ex-naval hulks which had served as floating police stations were replaced with a floating pontoon known as Waterloo Pier and another land station at Blackwall. The patrols then extended some 36 miles from Teddington to Dartford Creek.Thames Police 'Chowkidah' at Waterloo Pier Pontoon

Thames Sailing Barges in competition at Greenwich

Thames Sailing Barges in competition at Greenwich

Lower Thames Street : Creator: Anderson, John Henry (c. 1862-1938) Date: c. 1910 Description: A photogravure print entitled 'Lower Thames Street', by John Henry Anderson, c. 1910.

Lower Thames Street : Creator: Anderson, John Henry (c. 1862-1938) Date: c. 1910 Description: A photogravure print entitled 'Lower Thames Street', by John Henry Anderson, c. 1910.

Rain: A lone person walks along a deserted street in central London on a drizzly day -  which doesn't seen too different from the modern day

Rain: A lone person walks along a deserted street in central London on a drizzly day - which doesn't seen too different from the modern day

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