The news that the Museum of Docklands has abolished admission charges needs to be spread. Free admission started this month and there is much Thames history to be found there. The Museum is on West India Quay which is a short walk from West India Quay Station and Canary Wharf Station. Open 10am-6pm.
In September last year I reported that the link path from Shiplake’s Mill Road to the towpath will be reopened following an inquiry. Since then there has been an appeal by a landowner heard at the High Court. The judges dismissed the application and today I have been told by Dave Ramm of the local [...]
I have just caught up with Peter Marshall’s pictures of the Thames Path around Wallingford on Easter Eve. If you have not walked into Wallingford recently you will find the pictures of the Oxford University Boat Club’s new boathouse.
The Marco Polo building downstream of Chelsea Bridge is hardly noticed by walkers as the Thames Path has to go round the back of its neighbour Battersea Power Station. Marco Polo House has stood on by the river for almost 25 years. For a time The Observer occupied part of the building. According to a [...]
There is much concern about the riverside path between the Dome and Greenwich being closed with no diversion signs. I walked the route on Saturday afternoon. It was a fantastic warm afternoon and all went well until after Bay Wharf. (This is an old boatyard which should reopen if plans are realised.) Here at a [...]