St Katharine’s Dock

 

Proposed layout of St Katharine Dock, 1821
Proposed layout of St Katharine Dock, 1821

I returned to St Katharine’s Dock to take photographs. A previous post has the historical background, and as you can see the layout remains the same, with lock entry from the Thames, basin, and east and west docks.

St Katharine Dock, entry from the Thames
St Katharine Dock, entry from the Thames
St Katharine Dock, the lock between the river and the basin
St Katharine Dock, the lock between the river and the basin
St Katharine's Docks
St Katharine’s Dock, west dock
St Katharine Dock, a quiet corner in the east dock
St Katharine Dock, a quiet corner in the east dock

2 comments

    • Thank you for linking to my post. St Katharine’s Dock is very picturesque, but it is also very worthwhile walking the route of the London Docks. And I can recommend that you visit the West India Docks at Canary Wharf

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