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St. Saviour's Dock; 1930

A. G. Linney

St. Saviour's Dock; 1930
4 0 c m
actual image size: 19cm x 32cm

Full image caption

St Saviours Dock taken in September 1930.
It is located approximately 400 metres east of Tower Bridge and forms the eastern boundary of the picturesque and historic area of London known as Shad Thames. The other side of the dock is Jacob's Island.
This was the area used in Charles Dicken's Oliver Twist.

The image can be found on page 188 of London's Changing Riverscape.

Image Details

1930 AD - 1930 AD
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© PLA collection/Museum of London

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