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EPW032845 ENGLAND (1930). The docks, Ipswich, 1930

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Title [EPW032845] The docks, Ipswich, 1930
Reference EPW032845
Date June-1930
Link
Place name IPSWICH
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 616765, 243941
Longitude / Latitude 1.1617988041103, 52.050972375635
National Grid Reference TM168439

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My competition entry for the most Thames barges in a photo. I make it thirteen. The same scene in nineteen years later and barely four can be counted.



A close up of a Thames barge on the New Cut can be seen:



http://www.flickr.com/photos/kindredspirituk/10051404545/in/photostream/

Today this promenade has been 'privatised' and the few Thames barges that remain, pay their maintenance through pleasure cruses for the public.

Where's Canning Town?
Sunday 16th of March 2014 02:06:47 PM