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General - Ferry Pier - King George V - london - January 2015

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by mrwhite, Jan 22, 2015.

  1. mrwhite

    mrwhite 28DL Regular User
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    sorry for the short description, but i couldnt find anything about this online, a friend of mine gave me a short description of it. this isnt an explore as such, but its still nice to post up for anyone that wants to visit it.

    The remains of a ferry pier operated by the railways. Also used by pleasure boats such as the Princess Alice and later by Winston Churchill who visited area by boat to inspect wartime damage to the area.

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  2. Coxieboy

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    Re: King George V ferry pier - january 2015

    Location in the title would be good.....
     
  3. mrwhite

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    Re: King George V ferry pier - january 2015

    location is there pal...king george V is the place :thumb

    done
     
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    info via the wiki ...
    "King George V Dock is one of three docks in the Royal Docks of east London, now part of the redeveloped Docklands."
     
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