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Swan Wharf & Swan Inn

Building  To 1871

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."

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