Saturday, 9 July 2011

GLIAS Newsletter - comments on Greenwich industry

The June GLIAS newsletter gives a number of brief mentions of Greenwich and Woolwich

- the plans for the Blackwall Point Power Station jetty - and the hopes it might accommodate Massey Shaw, Swiftstone and Portwey - and - dare we hope - Robin???
It also recalls fhe GLIAS visit to the Power Station when it was still in use in 1980 - including access to a 'fire brick lined part of a Babcock and Wilcox boiler'

- it notes progress on demolition of the Ferrier Estate, system built in 1968-72.

-notes that demolition of sheds at Convoys have allowed 19th century slipways of Deptford Royal Dockyard to be seen from the river

- refers to Woolwich Ferry and 'the horrendous smell of the river' caused by movement of the old paddle steamers.


Industrial Sheds said...

This industry is dong well in this area for years. Good to know this improvement.

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