2 edition of Thames-side survey, 1967. found in the catalog.
Thames-side survey, 1967.
Greater London Council. Dept. of Planning and Transportation.
Written in English
|Series||Research report -- no. 6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
By Jon Cotton / Senior Curator in Pre-History Museum of London. Introduction. Kew Bridge, with Brentford Eyot in the Foreground and Strand-on-Green Seen through the Arches: Low Tide, by Joseph Mallord William Turner, / Tate Museum, London It is commonplace to regard the Thames as the capital’s ‘grandest street’ – a superhighway for royal, national and civic ceremony and. The following article dates from and comes from the PLA Monthly - although Greenwich isn't mentioned in it clearly much of what they are describing took place at the site we now call Enderby Wharf. I have put some footnotes to update some items. The article is by Brian Dynevor and reproduced by permission.
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The Early River Thames: The Iron Age and Before. Jon cotton. Introduction. It is commonplace to regard the Thames as the capital’s ‘grandest street’ – a superhighway for royal, national and civic ceremony and celebration. For the river provides a very public stage for displays of pageantry, power and protest. The Royal Ordnance Factory closed in and much of the area has since been redeveloped. Nearby is also 'Firepower' - the Royal Artillery Museum. Carry on along the Thames Path, with the river on the left. Follow the landscaped promenade past former artillery buildings and new apartments. Next the river broadens out into Gallions Size: 3MB.
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