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Tide gauge house Tide gauge house

Credit for this entry to:
John Hartley

Plaque: Tide gauge house

Inscription

Tide gauge house
It was vital for the correct operation of the lock that the men on duty knew the exact state of the tide. This building housed a tide gauge that indicated the height of water in the river.

Site: Tide gauge house (1 memorial)

SE16, Princes Court

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Surrey Docks

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Tide gauge house

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London Docklands Development Corporation

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