References and Thanks

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References cited in full or linked to on individual pages are not repeated here.

 

Books, reports and pamphlets:

South Dock, by Tatton Mather in 1881. PLA350 (on display in Museum of London Docklands)

South Dock, by Tatton Mather in 1881. PLA350 (on display in Museum of London Docklands)

Castle, I. 2010, London 1917-18.The Bomber Blitz. Osprey

Clegg, W.P. Docks and Ports: 2. London.  Ian Allan Ltd.

Edwards, B. 1992. London’s Docklands: Urban Design in an Age of Deregulation. Butterworth Architecture

Elmers, C. and Werner, A. 1991. Dockland Life.  A Pictorial History of London’s Docks 1860-1970. Mainstream Publishing,

Ettwein Bridges 2012. APPENDIX 9-1: Listed Buildings. Last update: 12/2012

Greeves, I.S. 1980. London Docks 1800-1980. A Civil Engineering History. Thomas Telford Ltd.

Griffin, J. 1877. History of the Surrey Commercial Docks. London (reprinted by the British Library Historical Collection, http://www.bl.uk, no date).

Kennard, M.F. 1947. The Building of Mulberry Harbour. The War Illustrated, Volume 10, No. 255, Page 771-772, April 11, 1947
http://www.thewarillustrated.info/255/the-building-of-mulberry-harbour.asp

Linney, A.G. 1930. Lure and Lore of London’s River, Sampson Low, Marston and Co.

McCutcheon, C. 2013. Thames Shipping in the 1960s and 1970s. Amberley

Pudney, J.  1975, London’s Docks. Thames and Hudson

Rankin, S. 1999, A short history of the Surrey Commercial Docks. Rotherhithe Local History Paper No.6.

Rankin, S. 2005.  Maritime Rotherhithe History Walks, Walk B:  Shipyards, Granaries and Wharves. Southwark Council 2005

Walford, E. 1872-8, Walford’s History of Rotherhithe. From Old and New London. A Narrative of Its History, Its People and Its Places. The Southern Suburbs. Popular Edition. Vol. VI. Cassell and Company Limited.  Reprinted by Local History Reprints, 1996, with an Introduction by John W. Brown.

Williamson, E. and Pevsner, N. 1998, London Docklands: An Architectural Guide, Penguin


Websites

Chris Bridges. Mulberries and Goodberries.
http://www.hksw.org/despatches_107_1_a.htm

Combined Operations Command website Mulberry Harbours
http://www.combinedops.com/Mulberry%20Harbours.htm

The LDDC History pages
http://www.lddc-history.org.uk/

The Museum of London, Collections Online
http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/collections

Southwark’s Archaeological Heritage.  Southwark Council
http://www.southwark.gov.uk/info/200159/history_of_southwark/1094/southwarks_archaeological_heritage

Maps:

(Organized by date of map)

London 1848, B.R. Davies, London. Reprinted by Old House Books 1992
Rotherhithe 1868. Old Ordnance Survey Maps. London Sheet 78. The Godfrey Collection

Rotherhithe 1894. Old Ordnance Survey Maps. London Sheet 78. The Godfrey Collection
Rotherhithe 1914. Old Ordnance Survey Maps. London Sheet 78. The Godfrey Collection

Cary’s New Plan of London and its Vicinity, 1837
The Charles Booth Poverty Map Online Archive 1898-99, Southwark page

Vision of Britain Map Series 
Mapco.  www.mapco.net

And my sincere thanks:

I would never know where to start without the publications of Stuart Rankin, who has written a number of really useful pamphlets and walks all based around Rotherhithe’s history.  His current project, British Transport Treasures, is a superb resource for finding out of print Rotherhithe and Bermondsey publications.

Many thanks to Gary Williams for help with photographs and for sending me some terrific video links, particularly the elusive photograph of the Dog and Duck before demolition.  All the video links on the site were either provided by Gary or were found as a result of links that he sent.

 

 

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