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Filename: cxp01_01_040.jpg

Size: 5107 x 6822 (7.2MB)

Date: 19th August 2021

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Archive

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Source: Historic England Archive

Owner URL: https://images.historicenglandservices.org.uk/

Job Title: Photographer

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British Lion Wharf CXP01_01_040

BANKSIDE, SOUTHWARK, GREATER LONDON. A view looking east along Bankside on the south side of the River Thames, showing a man walking past British Lion Wharf and Cardinals Wharf at number 49.
Cardinals Wharf at 49 Bankside is still standing but the site on which British Lion Wharf and the warehouse beyond stood is now occupied by Shakespeares Globe

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Media ID 22199903

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1930s Crane Georgian House Victorian Warehouse Port Of London


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EDITORS COMMENTS
This print by Charles William Prickett takes us back in time to the bustling streets of Bankside, Southwark in Greater London. The image captures a moment from the past, as we witness a man strolling along Bankside, with British Lion Wharf and Cardinals Wharf at number 49 standing proudly behind him. The scene showcases the architectural beauty of this historic area, with its mix of Georgian houses and Victorian warehouses lining the street. The grandeur of Cardinals Wharf is evident as it still stands tall today, preserving its rich heritage. However, where British Lion Wharf once stood alongside the warehouse beyond is now home to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre - an iconic symbol of culture and art. Transporting us further into history, this photograph also reveals glimpses of life in the 1930s. A crane looms in the background, reminding us of Bankside's significance as a port for London's thriving trade industry during that era. Charles William Prickett skillfully captures this snapshot from yesteryears with his lens. Through his lens, we are transported to a different time; one filled with charm and character that continues to resonate through these enduring structures.

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