Granite Wharf

GRANITE WHARF

General information on Granite Wharf here

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MEDIEVAL TIDE MILL

The Tide Mill  – item on Greenwich Industrial History blog announcing the finding of the mill

Greenwich Medieval Tide Mill – item on Greenwich Industrial History blog reporting on a talk about the mill

Water power in medieval Greenwich– item on Greenwich Industrial History blog reporting on an article on the mill

GRANITE WHARF

John Mowlem and Granite Wharf – article by Mary Mills written for Bygone Kent

geolgal wal0001 – brochure about the a copy of the wall at Watchett Station

Brochure on relocation of the Cadet Place Wall.  lovells cadet place wall0001

Letters on the Cadet Place wall  and more letters robinson letters0001 from Geologist Eric Robinson describing the wall

Curiosities of Swanage – the Great Globe, extract from book about Swanage

George Bullock

Bargebuilder

John West

Bargebuilder

Wimpey/Tarmac

LRA Report on Wharves – London Rivers Association Report, 1980s

Wilders and Walker Moorings

(cf Shrubsall)

Edwards

Factory and sheds 1850-1860

Ovenall & Nelan Ltd.

Barge and tug repairs 1950s

ACE MACHINERY/KENTISH BRICK COMPANY

William, Basil ad Percy leased Granite Wharf and  Yard in 1922.  Their father had been a contractor for iron and steel – railway track  – based from 1880 at Creek Road in Deptford. In 1936 they moved to Westmoor Street, Charlton having built up a business in sewage treatment machinery.

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