River Thames Page 9
The Metropolitan Wharf, there used to be miles of buildings like this on the Thames, most are gone, and most of those that remain have been turned into flats with obscene price tags, There is certainly a wierd mix of architecture that has replaced the traditional buildings along the Thames.
Barrier Point is one of my favourites, seen here from the East. The large oblong building in the background is the derelict Spiller's Flour Mill on the King George V Dock.
These are quite nice too. . . .
. . . . But these are rather wierd. . . .
. . . . And these are plain ugly.
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