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Sunlight Wharf

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This site was previously called Sunlight Wharf, where the last working crane on the city waterfront was operated by LEP Transport Ltd until MCMLXXXII {1982}.

{It's possible a 'I' has been lost which would give the date 1983.}

Site: Sunlight Wharf (1 memorial)

EC4, Trig Lane

The wonderful A London Inheritance have a 1982 photo of the area before the current buildings were erectred.  It shows the crane and LEP's building, Sunlight Wharf.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Sunlight Wharf

Subjects commemorated Information

Sunlight Wharf

The Sunlight Wharf building was constructed 1906 and specialised in storage o...

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LEP Transport Ltd

From COSGB: "LEP Transport was a freight company established in 1910 in Londo...

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