Sunday, 16 March 2014

Vintage Fair

Yesterday was spent at a Vintage Fair on the Southbank.

Mainly Muscle cars, 40s chicks and Mods





Thursday, 6 March 2014

Rotherhithe Ramble

Another day, another urban walk.

This time a local one, around Rotherhithe and the Surrey Docks (or Surrey Quays as its now known)

Most of the route following the Thames Path, and has a lot of historical interest in the area, from the place where the Mayflower first set sail from to the first tunnel known to have been constructed successfully underneath a navigable river.

Although this side of the docks has been re-developed, it is mainly with housing and not the towering buildings of Canary Wharf and this helps to show how big the docks really were.


Rotherhithe Ramble
Greenland Dock
Tide Gauge House
Canary Wharf
Lavender Pumphouse
Rotherhithe Tunnel Shaft No.2
Brunel Museum
I.K.Brunel
Mayflower
Hope (Sufferance) Wharf
St. Mary's Church
Thames and City of London

Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Hampstead Heath

On Monday and the weather looking good, I decided to recce out a new photowalk.

Using the 'new' London Overground I managed to get from South London to Hampstead in just over an hour, if I had of made better connections I think I could of done it in less time.

The Map shows the route I walked over the Heath, I know it looks messy but that is because I was looking for places of interest, which there are plenty and probably mean that 2 walks could be done in this area.

I need to refine the route and work it down to a reasonable size.