Puddle Wharf
   See Puddle Dock.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Puddle Dock —    South out of Upper Thames Street at No. 1 at the southern end of St. Andrew s Hill (P.O. Directory). In Castle Baynard Ward.    First mention: Leake, 1666.    Former name : Puddle Wharf, temp. Eliz. (Proc. in Chanc. II. 242).    Stow says it… …   Dictionary of London

  • Puddle Dock Stairs —    At the southern end of Common Lane and Dung Wharf (Rocque, 1746 Boyle, 1799).    No later mention …   Dictionary of London

  • Lime Wharf —    1) Two wharfs so named at the southern end of Old Pipe Yard and Lime Yard respectively (Rocque, 1746).    Site now covered by Purfleet Wharf and St. Andrew s Wharf (q.v.).    2) South out of Earl Street. Two wharfs so called, one adjoining… …   Dictionary of London

  • Victoria Wharf —    South out of Upper Thames Street to the Thames, west of Puddle Dock, in Castle Baynard Ward (O.S. 1875).    Former names: Vulcan Wharf (O.S. 1848 51). Lime Wharf (Horwood, 1799) (q.v.).    In Rocque, 1746, Coalman s Alley seems to be on or… …   Dictionary of London

  • Wheatsheaf Wharf —    South out of Upper Thames Street, at No. 1, to the Thames east of Puddle Dock (P.O. Directory). In Castle Baynard Ward.    First mention: O.S. 1848 51.    Former names: Sand Wharf (Horwood, 1799). Common Lane (Rocque, 1746) …   Dictionary of London

  • Pearson's Wharf —    South out of Upper Thames Street, east of Puddle Dock (Lockie, 1810 and 1816).    Not named in the maps.    Named after the owner or builder …   Dictionary of London

  • Tonson's Wharf —    At Puddle Dock (Dodsley, 1761).    Not named in the maps …   Dictionary of London

  • Barklies Inn —    By the south end of Addle Hill, west from St. Benet s Church, almost against Puddle Wharf, an ancient building of stone and timber builded by the Lords of Barkley and called Barklies Inne. Now in ruins and let out in tenements. Richard… …   Dictionary of London

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