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Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Machinery of Trade

Something that many Londoners have never done is to walk the Thames Path, especially in the more odd bits of the city. If you head west along the bank from the Tower of London, you come across the last preserved remnants of the busy dock it once was. Conveniently this is in Sugar Quay, just where the Zong is moored.

I'll bring you another picture from nearby tomorrow, although to be accurate as I am away for a few days, it will have to happen by magic.

posted by Ham-II at 00:23 -- Comments here: 4

Comments on "Machinery of Trade"


Blogger Unknown said ... (17:05) : 

Bring the magic on then Ham. This is a misty, romantic shot of Tower Bridge. I have to pop onto your blog every day, can't miss it!


Blogger Gerald (SK14) said ... (18:48) : 

O yes such a gorgeous picture of the machinery and then Tower bridge in the misty background.


Blogger Susan said ... (19:03) : 

ANother place to add to the list of places to go on our next visit.

I enjoyed the ceremony of the dues post. My husband works as an inspector on the waterfront in Vancouver. The foreign captains have been known to give bottles of hooch in thanks for his service! A tradition going back many years!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (20:53) : 

Very rustic look to this wrench. Nice photo


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