Hermitage Dock

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Hermitage Entrance —    The south western entrance to the London Docks.    Other names : Hermitage Dock (Rocque, 1746 Elmes, 1831).    Formed in 1827.    First called Hermitage Entrance and Basin in O.S. ed. 1848 51.    The inner part is called the Hermitage Basin …   Dictionary of London

  • Hermitage — may refer to the following:*Hermitage (religious retreat), hermit s dwelling place, a place of religious retreat *Hermitage (grape), synonym for several other varieties of grape *4758 Hermitage, asteroidPlacesIn Australia:*The Hermitage… …   Wikipedia

  • Hermitage Brewhouse —    A Brewhouse so called of an hermite sometime being there, at the southern end of Nightingale lane, E. Smithfield (S. 424).    The hermitage, called Swan s Nest, existed here 49 Ed. III. (Anc. Deeds, A. 2559).    This hermitage seems to have… …   Dictionary of London

  • USS Hermitage (LSD-34) — was a Thomaston class of dock landing ship of the United States Navy. She was named for The Hermitage, President Andrew Jackson s famed estate just outside of Nashville, Tenn. Hermitage was laid down on 11 April 1955, by the Ingalls Shipbuilding… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomaston class dock landing ship — The Thomaston class dock landing ship is a class of United States Navy dock landing ships. There are eight ships of the Thomaston class:*USS Alamo (LSD 33) *USS Fort Snelling (LSD 30) *USS Hermitage (LSD 34) *USS Monticello (LSD 35) *USS Plymouth …   Wikipedia

  • USS Hermitage — may refer to:*, a troop transport launched in 1925 as the Italian liner SS|Conte Biancamano; interned, renamed, and commissioned in U.S. Navy, 1942; returned to Italy in 1947. *, a Thomaston class dock landing ship launched in 1956; transferred… …   Wikipedia

  • Lower East Smithfield —    West from Little Thames Street to the Hermitage Swing Bridge and Basin (P.O. Directory).    In the eighteenth century the street of this name ran south from Butcher Row (Hatton, 1708) and during the second half of the century at any rate… …   Dictionary of London

  • The Katherine Wheel, East Smithfield —    West of Hermitage Dock (Rocque, 1746). A tenement called le Katheryn Whele in East Smithfield was in the time of Henry VIII situated between the Three Kings beer house west and the Mille Dock of the Abbey of Graces east, the Thames south and… …   Dictionary of London

  • London Docks — The London Docks were one of several sets of docks in the historic Port of London. They were constructed in Wapping just downstream from the City of London in 1805. Traditionally ships had docked at wharves on the River Thames, but by this time,… …   Wikipedia

  • Shadwell Basin — was part of the London Docks, a group of docks built by the London Dock Company at Wapping, London, and part of the wider docks of the Port of London.Today Shadwell Basin is the most significant body of water surviving from the historical London… …   Wikipedia

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