List of locations in the Port of London

Summary

This is a list of about 680 former or extant wharves, docks, piers, terminals, etc. of the Port of London, the majority of which lie on the Tideway of the River Thames, listed from upstream to downstream.

The Docklands in 1882 - a time of great expansion for the Port of London. Much of the Port's operations have now moved further downstream.

Many of the docks closed after the mass uptake of containerisation changed the face of the industry and bringing about an end to an era, and a demise to the occupation of the docker as it then was.

Those marked with a † have at present the status of a safeguarded wharf. Those in italics are no longer used for port or river transit related activities. Further remarks are made in brackets, including in some cases the present operator or cargo handled.

It is estimated that in 1937, at the height of London's trade, there were around 1,700 wharves between Brentford and Gravesend.[1] Today there are around 70 active terminals, each generally handling much greater volumes. Much of the cargo and commodities handling by the Port of London takes place in the downstream stretches of the Thames beyond Greater London, on the banks of south Essex (Thurrock) and north Kent. The Port of London Authority controls operations from its base in Gravesend. The main container terminal is currently at Tilbury, though in 2008 construction began on the London Gateway project, which will become the largest single component of the Port of London when completed.

Barges carrying refuse on the river at Battersea, 2007
Tilbury Grain Terminal, 2010
Construction of London Gateway under way, 2010

South bankEdit

KewEdit

Mortlake and BarnesEdit

 
Stag Brewery, Mortlake

(Chiswick Bridge)

(Barnes Railway Bridge)

  • Small Profits Draw Dock[2]

(Hammersmith Bridge)

  • Harrod's Wharf

PutneyEdit

(Putney Bridge)

  • Putney Wharf[2]
  • Douglas Wharf[2]
  • Spaldings Wharf[2]

(Fulham Railway Bridge)

WandsworthEdit

 
Pier Wharf, Wandsworth, 2010
  • River Wandle
  • Feathers Wharf
  • Western Riverside (solid waste transfer station) †
  • Wandsworth Riverside Quarter Pier (TfL river service)
  • Pier Wharf †

(Wandsworth Bridge)

BatterseaEdit

 
Ransome's Dock, 2008
 
Battersea Power Station showing the coaling pier, 1986
  • Sherwood Wharf[3]
  • Plantation Wharf,[3] site of Manbre & Gartons works (sugars)
  • site of original Price's Candles works
  • Shell Wharf
  • Bridges Wharf
  • Oyster Wharf
  • site of jetty for Lombard Road Power Station
  • Regent Wharf[3]

(Battersea Railway Bridge)

(Battersea Bridge)

  • site of C & J Fields candle works
  • Ransomes Dock
  • site of Albert Bridge flour mills

(Albert Bridge)
(Chelsea Bridge)

  • Chelsea Bridge Wharf[3]
  • Battersea Wharf[4]

(Grosvenor Bridge)

Vauxhall and LambethEdit

  • Middle Wharf (Cemex Vauxhall) †
  • Prescot Wharf
  • Bourne Valley Wharf
  • St George Wharf

(Vauxhall Bridge)

(Lambeth Bridge)
(Westminster Bridge)

(Hungerford Bridge)

SouthwarkEdit

 
 
The Golden Hind at St Mary Overie Dock in 2007

(Waterloo Bridge)

  • Old Shot Tower Wharf[7]
  • Commercial Wharf[7]
  • Waterloo Dock[7]
  • New Barge House Wharf[7]
  • Old Jamaica Wharf[7]
  • Old Bull Stairs Wharf[7]
  • Greystone Lane Wharf[7]
  • Jamaica Wharf[7]
  • Blackfriars Bridge Wharf[7]

(Blackfriars Bridge)
(Blackfriars Railway Bridge)

(Millennium Bridge)

  • Devonshire Wharf[7]
  • Globe Wharf[7]
  • British Lion Wharf[8]
  • Greenmoor Wharf[8]
  • Stone Wharf[7]
  • Bankside Pier/Jetty (TfL river service)
  • Emmerson Wharf[8]
  • Windsor Wharf[8]
  • Benbow Wharf[8]
  • Sturtivant Wharf[8]
  • Bear Wharf[8]
  • Bear Garden Wharf[8]
  • St Helen's Wharf[8]
  • Cast Iron Wharf[7]
  • Scott's Wharf[7][8]
  • Universal Wharf[8]

(Southwark Bridge)

  • Imperial Wharf[8]
  • Southwark Wharf[8]
  • Bridge Wharf[8]
  • Ceylon Wharf[8]
  • Red Lion Wharf[8]
  • Lion Wharf[7][9]
  • Carey's Wharf[7]
  • Barclay's Brewery[8]
  • Bank End Wharf[8]

(Cannon Street Railway Bridge)

Upper PoolEdit

 
Chamberlain's Wharf (now London Bridge Hospital), Hay's Wharf Offices, Topping's Wharf and Sun Wharf in the 1960s

(London Bridge)

(Tower Bridge)

BermondseyEdit

 
St Saviour's Dock (view north to River Thames).
 
New Concordia Wharf, St Saviours Dock
 
Cherry Garden Pier, Bermondsey

RotherhitheEdit

 
Thames Tunnel Mills, 2009
 
Greenland Dock in 1927
 
Greenland Pier in 2005, with Canary Wharf in the background
 
Boat-lifting crane, South Dock

(Rotherhithe Tunnel)

Deptford and Deptford CreekEdit

 
The Thames Path interrupted by Convoys Wharf
 
Ships unloading at Brewery Wharf, Deptford Creek in 2009

GreenwichEdit

 
Thames Craft Dry Docking, boatyard at Badcock's Wharves, 2010

(Greenwich foot tunnel)

Greenwich PeninsulaEdit

 
Cable loading gear preserved on Enderby's Wharf, 2007. In the distance is Greenwich Power Station.
 
Tunnel Glucose on Greenwich Peninsula, 2000

(Blackwall Tunnel)

New CharltonEdit

 
Aggregate conveyor, Angerstein Wharf

WoolwichEdit

 
Woolwich Ferry, looking south west towards Woolwich

Belvedere, Erith and Crayford NessEdit

 
Belvedere Incinerator from the Thames. Refuse barges are moored on the quay.
 
The Thames at Erith. Straight ahead is the ADM oil seed mill.
  • Belvedere Incinerator
  • site of Belvedere Power Station[38]
  • Borax Wharf/Manor Wharf †
  • Mulberry Wharf †
  • Jenningtree Point
  • Pioneer Wharf †
  • Albion Wharf † (includes numerous jetties and landing stages)
  • RMC Erith (jetty and landing stages) †
  • site of BICC cable works
  • ADM Erith
  • Ballast Wharf
  • Chalk Farm Wharf
  • Erith Pier (formerly in commercial use, now rebuilt for leisure)
  • Garden Wharf
  • Railway Wharf (RMC) †
  • Standard Wharf †
  • European Metal Recycling
  • Crayford Ness

Dartford, Greenhithe and SwanscombeEdit

 
Container ship Aquiline berthed at Dartford International Freight Terminal

(Dartford Crossing)

Northfleet and GravesendEdit

 
Shipping at Gravesend with Tilbury Power Station in the background. The large Cobelfret vessel is heading to Ford at Dagenham
 
The Gravesend Canal Basin - the canal and locks are under restoration

CliffeEdit

  • North Sea Terminal (sea-dredged aggregates)
  • Lower Hope Point
  • Yantlet Creek

Below here lie the Medway ports including Thamesport, a container port on the site of BP's Kent oil refinery on the Isle of Grain and Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey. These are not part of the Port of London.

North bankEdit

IsleworthEdit

Brentford and Strand-on-the-GreenEdit

(Kew Bridge)

  • Ball's Wharf[2]
  • Magnolia Wharf[2]

(Kew Railway Bridge)

ChiswickEdit

(Chiswick Bridge)
(Barnes Railway Bridge)

HammersmithEdit

  • Albert Wharf[2]
  • Atlanta Wharf[2]
  • Beckett's Wharf[2]
  • Hope Wharf[2]

(Hammersmith Bridge)

Fulham and Sands EndEdit

 
Palace Wharf (left), Crabtree Wharf and Crabtree Drawdock, 2010
 
Swedish Wharf, Comley's Wharf and Fulham Wharf, Fulham, 2006

(Putney Bridge)

  • Swan Wharf[2]
  • Carrara Wharf[2]
  • Willowbank Wharf[2]

(Fulham Railway Bridge)

  • Broomhouse Draw Dock
  • Petrofina Wharf
  • Whiffin Wharf
  • Hurlingham Wharf[3]
  • Trinidad Wharf[3] (former asphalt wharf)

(Wandsworth Bridge)

  • Albert Wharf
  • Swedish Wharf †
  • Comley's Wharf (RMC Fulham) †
  • Fulham Wharf[3]
  • site of Fulham Power Station
  • Shell Wharf[3]
  • Lensbury Wharf[3]
  • site of Imperial Gas Works pier
  • Nacovia Wharf[3]

(Battersea Railway Bridge)

ChelseaEdit

 
Lots Road Power Station, 2008

(Albert Bridge)

Westminster and City of LondonEdit

(Chelsea Bridge)

(Grosvenor Bridge)

  • Dinorvic Wharf, now Westminster Boating Base [3]
  • St George's Wharf [39]
  • Somerset Wharf [39]
  • Chester Wharf [39]
  • Eagle Wharf [39]

(Vauxhall Bridge)

(Lambeth Bridge)
(Westminster Bridge)

(Hungerford Bridge)

(Waterloo Bridge)

(Blackfriars Bridge)
(Blackfriars Railway Bridge)

(Millennium Bridge)

 
The Queenhithe riverside (upstream to the left; Queenhithe dock on right) from Bankside

(Southwark Bridge)

(Cannon Street Railway Bridge)

Upper PoolEdit

 
A ship berths at London Bridge Wharf in the busy Upper Pool in 1962

(London Bridge)

(Tower Bridge)

Wapping and ShadwellEdit

 
London Docks in 1831
 
King Henry's Wharves, 2006
 
Shadwell Basin in 2007

(Hermitage entrance to London Docks)

  • Hermitage Steam Wharf [1]
  • Colonial Wharves [1]
  • Standard Wharves [1]
  • Watson's Wharf [1]
  • Black Eagle Wharf [1]
  • Brewers Wharf [1]
  • Albion Wharf [1]
  • Hasties Wharf [1]
  • St Helens Wharf [1]

(Wapping entrance to London Docks)

  • Oliver's Wharf [1]
  • Orient Wharf [1]
  • Gun Wharf [1][11][12]
  • St John's Wharf [1]
  • Morocco Wharf [1][12]
  • Eagle Sufferance Wharf [1][12]
  • Eagle Wharf [1]
  • Baltic Wharf [1]
  • Old Aberdeen Wharf [1]
  • Wapping Police Station
  • St John's Wharf [1]
  • Sun Wharf [1]
  • Swan Wharf [1]
  • Tunnel Pier [46]
  • King Henry's Wharves [1]
  • Gibb's Wharf [46]
  • Gun Wharves [1]
  • Middleton and St Bride's Wharf [1]
  • Foundry Wharf [1]
  • St Hilda's Wharf [1]
  • New Crane Wharves [1]
  • Lower Oliver's Wharf [47]
  • Lushes Wharf [1]
  • Metropolitan Wharf [1][17]
  • Thorpe's and Queen Wharf [1][17]
  • Pelican Wharf [1][17]

(Shadwell New Entrance to Shadwell Basin and London Docks)

Stepney (formerly Ratcliff) and LimehouseEdit

 
Limehouse Basin looking north.
 
Looking north east along the Limehouse Cut.

MillwallEdit

 
A Thames Clipper catamaran calls at Canary Wharf Pier
 
West India and Millwall Docks, 1899. East India Docks and Blackwall Yard top right.
 
Millwall Inner Dock facing towards Canary Wharf
 
The SS Great Eastern's launch ramp at Millwall.

(site of original West India Docks Limehouse Lower Entrance) [53]

(site of original Millwall Dock entrance) [55]

(Greenwich Foot Tunnel)

Cubitt TownEdit

 
Millwall Wharf and Cubitt Town Wharf in 1974; the vacant site below is London Yard. Across the river are the silos of Tunnel Refineries, and Enderby's Wharf.
 
The Greek destroyer Thyella after launch at Yarrow's, 1906

Blackwall and LeamouthEdit

 
Brunswick Wharf power station, 1984
 
East India Dock entrance basin, 2006

( Bow Creek)

Canning TownEdit

(site of original upper entrance to Royal Victoria Dock)

SilvertownEdit

 
Spiller's Millennium Mills, Victoria Dock, 1934. Behind is the Graving Dock
 
Tate & Lyle syrup refinery, Plaistow Wharf, 2009
 
 
Tate & Lyle refinery, Silvertown, in 2006
 
Royal Albert Dock, 1973
 
The Barking Creek tidal barrier
 
A Cobelfret Ferry at Ford's Dagenham terminal in 2006
 
Bulk unloading equipment at West Thurrock Jetty, 2010
 
Procter & Gamble soap works, West Thurrock, 2009

North WoolwichEdit

BecktonEdit

  • Gallions Jetty (formerly Cory & Son)
  • New Beckton Wharf (formerly BP)
  • site of Beckton Gas Works and coaling piers
  • Beckton Reach Sewerage Works Pier

Barking CreekEdit

The following wharves are located on the lower section of the River Roding, at Creekmouth.

  • Welbeck Wharf †
  • Pinns Wharf †
  • Kierbeck & Steel Wharves †
  • Debden Wharf (recently improved) †
  • Rippleway Wharf †
  • Alexander Wharf (no longer usable)
  • Maple Wharf (in use?)
  • Bowen Wharf (backland built over; not usable)
  • New Free Trade Wharf (backland built over; not usable)
  • Dockland Construction Wharf (has been redeveloped into industrial units)
  • Docklands Wharf †
  • Victoria Stone Wharf †

CreekmouthEdit

  • Lawes Wharf
  • DePass Wharf †
  • Barking or False Point
  • original site of Barking Power Station[38]
  • Barking Riverside Recycling Plant

Dagenham DockEdit

  • RMC Roadstone †
  • No 7 Jetty (ex-Rugby Cement) (currently vacant)
  • Thunderer Jetty (TDG Dagenham, now Norbert Dentressangle - petrol, distillates, aviation fuel, biofuels, tallow, ethanol, fertilisers, urea etc.)
  • Pinnacle Terminal †
  • White Mountain Roadstone †
  • Hunts Wharf (Van Dalen) †
  • Stolthaven Dagenham (fuel and oils)
  • Hanson Aggregates
  • Ford Dagenham Terminal †

RainhamEdit

PurfleetEdit

 
Container ship Carpathia unloading at Northfleet Hope terminal, Tilbury
 
A Panamax coal ship berths by Tilbury Power Station
 
MV Neuburg Geeststroom heading downstream past Coryton Refinery, 2007
  • Mar Dyke
  • Esso - ExxonMobil (liquid bulks – petroleum products, lubricants and solvents)
  • CLdN Purfleet (RO-RO ferries)
  • Jurgen's Jetty (Pura Foods)
  • Van den Bergh Jetty (Unilever margarine works – edible oils)
  • Civil & Marine Jetty (Upper & Lower)
  • Purfleet Aggregates

(Dartford Crossing)

West Thurrock and GraysEdit

  • Lafarge Jetty (sea-dredged aggregates)
  • Thurrock Marine Terminal (dry bulk cement)
  • Navigator Terminals Ltd. (formerly Vopak Terminal London) (liquid bulks - petroleum products and chemicals - liquid fertilisers, gases; vegetable oils and fats)
  • Stone Ness
  • West Thurrock Jetty (ICL chemical works - dry bulks; chemical powders)
  • Procter & Gamble detergent works
  • Gibbs Wharf (dry bulk - limestone aggregate, coal and other minerals)
  • Nustar Grays Terminal (diesel, gas oil, paraffin, petrol, ethanol)
  • Bruce's Wharf[38]
  • Goldsmith's Wharf[38]

TilburyEdit

See Port of Tilbury for the main dock system.

  • Tilbury Grain Terminal (cereals)
  • Northfleet Hope Terminal (containers)
  • Tilbury Ness
  • London International Cruise Terminal, Tilbury
  • Tilbury 2 roll on/roll off terminal (formerly Tilbury Power Station)
  • East Tilbury landfill wharf
  • Coalhouse Point
  • Mucking wharf (refuse)

Shell Haven, Coryton, Canvey Island and SouthendEdit

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External linksEdit

  • Safeguarded Wharves - the official 2005 list and descriptions
  • The Port of London today - many of the present-day terminals
  • London Yard - Dockland's best kept secret
  • Sweet taste of history - Manbre and Garton, Fulham