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From: Anne Peat <>
Subject: Re: [LON] Brewers Wharf
Date: Tue, 3 Mar 2009 22:10:35 +0000
References: <8CB6A5569A22E5C-A04-E6C@WEBMAIL-DY34.sysops.aol.com>
In-Reply-To: <8CB6A5569A22E5C-A04-E6C@WEBMAIL-DY34.sysops.aol.com>


That's really helpful, Sue as it confirms my guess that Bre. W. on the
map in my Victorian London A to Z could be Brewer's Wharf

Anne
On 3 Mar 2009, at 20:26, Sue Flanagan wrote:

> Hi April,
> Not sure if this if this is any use but I came across this photo on
> the 20th century london website (a rather interesting site, well
> worth a look anyway)
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> http://www.20thcenturylondon.org.uk/server.php?show=conObject.7443
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> It is called 'Cargo ship Baltabor at Hay's Wharf looking towards
> Brewer's Quay'. Hay's Wharf is the opposite side of the river to
> Lower Thames Street and you can see the Tower to the right. This
> would place it right at the top end of Lower Thames Street, between
> the Custom House and the Tower. My 1960's map calls this bit Three
> Quays Gde(?? unclear) Steam Nav. Co and it looks like there are
> some sticky out bits of piers there. On a modern map it seems to be
> Three Quays walk. Have sent you the link directly from the site too.
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> Hope this helps,
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> Sue
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