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Thames Sailing Barges in competition at Greenwich

Thames Sailing Barges in competition at Greenwich

The Thames foreshore provides a variety of evidence for past maritime connections, and the lives of people who lived and worked on the Thames. The photo above shows lighters tied up at the small wharves of Limehouse taken in 1884-1885

The Thames foreshore provides a variety of evidence for past maritime connections, and the lives of people who lived and worked on the Thames. The photo above shows lighters tied up at the small wharves of Limehouse taken in

View of the Thames

The Thames and Greenwich Hospital by Moonlight, by Henry Pether. - The working Thames

Thames Path, 1980's by Richard Proctor #greenwichpalace #thamesdiscovery #greenwichfrogs

Thames Path, by Richard Proctor

Section of coloured wood engraving of London showing the Thames at Greenwich, 1845, after Frederick James Smyth, Published 11 January 1845.

Section of coloured wood engraving of London showing the Thames at Greenwich, after Frederick James Smyth, Published 11 January

Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street

Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street

A drawing of Supervision launch "Alert" in 1891 taken from Strand Magazine in the article "A night with the Thames Police"../files/pictures/alert1891.jpg

A drawing of Supervision launch "Alert" in 1891 taken from Strand Magazine in the article "A night with the Thames Police"../files/pictures/alert1891.jpg

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. 1910 Description: A photogravure print entitled 'Lower Thames Street', by John Henry Anderson, c.

The dedicated members of the Thames Discovery Programme recording a flat wooden structure on the Thames Foreshore. The TDP is one of the UK's most successful community archaeology projects. With the help of a dedicated team of volunteers, it aims to record the largest archaeological site in the UK; the Thames foreshore

Thames Discovery Progamme Thames is the longest open – air archaeological site in London, and much of the foreshore is freely accessible to the public.

English woman in Women’s Auxiliary Air Force uniform reading a magazine with her gas mask beside her, London, Sept. 1941 ~

English woman in Women’s Auxiliary Air Force uniform reading a magazine with her gas mask beside her, London, Sept. Photograph by David E.

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