Building    To 1871

Swan Wharf & Swan Inn

In the 19th century Swan Wharf was the site of a brewery and public house 'Swan Inn', destroyed by fire in 1871.

The image, an 1878 photo by William Reid, shows the tower of All Saints behind.

The Picture source gives: "An early 19th-century malting stands on the bank of the River Thames next to Swan wharf, the coal wharf of Cramer Roberts & Co. The 15th century tower of All Saints' Church is visible over the roofs. January 01, 1878."

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Swan Wharf & Swan Inn

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Swan Wharf

This building stands on the site of Swan Wharf which in the nineteenth centur...

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Lord Paul

Lord Paul

Business magnate, philanthropist and politician. Born Swraj Paul at Jalandhar, Punjab, India. He moved to England in 1966 to get treatment for his daughter who was suffering from leukaemia. Founded...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration, India

2 memorials
Spiers and Pond

Spiers and Pond

This Ruislip website refers to a lost S&P war memorial and gives some historical information, stating "They were well-known wine merchants and railway caterers as well as owning their own resta...

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Lyons first teashop

Lyons first teashop

See Joseph Lyons and J. Lyons & Cadby Hall. The photo is probably c.1930/40s.

Place, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Henry Clarke

Henry Clarke

Businessman and politician. He was a coal importer and commission merchant in Gracechurch Street. When the first London County Council elections were held in 1889, he became one of four councillors...

Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration

2 memorials