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Re: Tooley Street area Wharfs

Posted: Wed Feb 05, 2020 1:37 am
by kiwi
FENNING’S WHARF,
TOOLEY STREET, LONDON,
Three or more First Class Vessels per week,from London to Selby,
thence by Rail to Leeds, Bradford etc, at very low rates.
B.FISHER, AGENT.

Fennings Wharf,Tooley Street, c1984.   (2).png
Fennings Wharf c1984,post demolition eastern side of the
southern approach to London bridge.
TOOLEY ST,Pickle Herring Wharf , X.jpg
PICKLE HERRING WHARF

Re: Tooley Street area Wharfs

Posted: Thu Apr 09, 2020 1:06 am
by kiwi
LONDON DOCKERS.  X (2).png
A London docker's case hook, c1936. The hook was used to pick up items such as sacks and bales.   X.png
London docker's case hook, c1936. The hook was used to pick up items such as sacks and bales.

Re: Tooley Street area Wharfs

Posted: Sun May 03, 2020 1:54 am
by kiwi
Tooley Street area, Mark Brown's Wharves was a large complex of wharf buildings between Potters Field and Vine Lane on the south bank of the River Thames to the immediate east of Tower Bridge c1923.
Tooley Street area. Mark Brown's Wharves was a large complex of wharf buildings between Potters Field and Vine Lane..png
c1923.
Tooley Street area, Mark Brown's Wharves..png
Tooley Street, an interior view showing marble floors, stairs, columns and walls in the hall of the Mark Brown's Wharf office, 1922..png
An interior view showing marble floors, stairs, columns and walls in the hall of the Mark Brown's Wharf office, 1922.
Tooley Street, Mark Brown's Wharf,  c1937.  X.png
Tooley Street, Mark Brown's Wharf, c1937.

Tooley Street 1922. Interior view of the General Office in the Mark Brown's Wharf office building.  X.png
Interior view of the General Office in the Mark Brown's Wharf office building 1922.