The Best Of Wapping And Limehouse In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 87 months ago
The Best Of Wapping And Limehouse In Photos
Limehouse Basin. Photo: Kashif Haque

Limehouse and Wapping. Two neighbouring riverside settlements with a maritime heritage and plenty of docks, wharves and warehouses between them. Take a riverside wander through the historic area.

Limehouse Basin, also known as Limehouse Marina. Photo: Past London

Don't try this at home! Waterfront agility with a view in Limehouse. Photo: isi-ono

Limehouse foreshore. Photo: Kristina & Linus

Spratt's Patent Limited building in Limehouse Cut. Spratt's was the first large scale manufacturer of dog biscuits. Photo: dakota_boo

Cyclist in Limehouse Cut. Photo: Andrew Smith

Looking across the river from Limehouse to Globe Wharf on the south bank, in Rotherhithe. Photo: ProphecyBlur

Former warehouses on Narrow Street in Limehouse. Photo: shadow_in_the_water

Limehouse station. Photo: 1FAM

Wapping school figures. Photo: Matt Brown

The Prospect of Whitby is supposedly London's oldest riverside pub. Photo: Nico Roicke

The Wapping Noose, which hangs round the back of The Prospect of Whitby (above) and plays up to Wapping's pirate history. Photo: Matt Brown

Last Updated 03 January 2016

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