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Port of Tilbury, London

Categories: Commerce, Transport

As ships got bigger ports were needed further down the Thames. In 1909 Tilbury Port became part of the Port of London Authority.

Situated just upstream from Tilbury Fort.

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Port of Tilbury, London

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Culloden prisoners

This granite stone was recovered from Culloden Moor, site of the battle. We v...

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Peter the Great Company of St Petersburg

Peter the Great Company of St Petersburg

We can find nothing about this but guess it is some offshoot of the Russian embassy.

Group, Commerce, Politics & Administration, Russia

1 memorial
Lloyd's of London 1958 building

Lloyd's of London 1958 building

Occupied the Lime Street, Billiter Street and Fenchurch Avenue block. The second building purpose-built for Lloyds. Designed by Terence E. Heysham in a mannered post-war Classicism style. Attempts ...

Building, Commerce, Property

1 memorial
Bella Burge

Bella Burge

Bella was married to boxer (and bank robber, see OldTimeMusicHall) Dick Burge.  They took on the lease of the Surrey Chapel, an ex-chapel which had become a boxing ring in 1910.  Renamed "The Ring"...

Person, Commerce, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Dorsett Hospitality International

Dorsett Hospitality International

From their website: "Dorsett City is the perfect choice for business and leisure travellers seeking a 4-star hotel where British Charm meets Asian Hospitality" etc.

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Joseph Salter

Joseph Salter

Salter was auditor to the Vestry of St Pancras and gave College Gardens to the Vestry in his will. From the estate agent, Salter Rex's website: Salter Rex was founded in 1854 by Joseph Salter. He s...

Person, Commerce

1 memorial