Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Ponyutd, May 20, 2014.
Very Atkinson Grimshaw-esque. I like.
Out on Sunday in the blow up boat. Hope to deploy my Crayfish trap and get dinner.
them yankee crayfish are a real problem - good luck catching loads
part of a collection taken on and around the Woolwich Ferry last week - the 1960s boats have another week left...
Had a grand time in the thames mole and ember.
Seen on the Southbank
Art in dingy places: The joy of the Southbank floor mosaics
Found this oddity on the Thames today. Nailed to a sleeper.
Tower Bridge under construction, c. 1888
on tweeter today - Flashbak.com (@aflashbak) on Twitter
This is so far the biggest carp ever caught from the Thames. 50lb12oz. It really is a unique fish, possible the most special fish caught in the UK ever. Not the biggest but a really amazing beast. It shows the Thames really is a mysterious river. This fish will probably never be seen again
Surely there was no colour photography in 1888?
having said that, have found this elsewhere, and seems to be a black and white photo that has been colourised afterwards
Jet trails, blue skies, skyscrapers and glass lamps: a South Bank sunset, autumn 2018
Snaps Ahoy! Thames Lens 2018 winners have been announced
i take it that one got the seal of approval?
I'm not sure I want to watch that
He gets picked up by the River police who were waiting for him to dive.
Is the numpty drunk?
No idea, dangerous stunt to try whatever he's up to.
It was the anniversary of the SS Princess Alice disaster on the Thames a couple of months ago. I'd never heard of it before. 650 people died.
Princess Alice disaster: The Thames' 650 forgotten dead
SS Princess Alice (1865) - Wikipedia
One of my great-great-grandfathers died in the Princess Alice disaster
Tough as old boots: a Thames skeleton's durable footwear
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