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Will the Rain Shower affect conditions? Keep track with our Android app ;-)
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CleanTheThames Jun 5
Hundreds of bits of plastic from the last in . Tons of polystyrene packaging balls, and lots of commercial identifiable wrappers for junk food. Let’s play a game. Find something you recognise and tag a producer.
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That Millwall Podcast May 10
Going for a pint on the then bring your
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Liam Hodge May 11
Extremely high tide on The Thames yesterday!
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MPSonthewater Jun 18
Ever wondered how we manage to repair and maintain our boats? The only synchro-lift on the enables us to lift any of our fleet out at all states of tide and straight into our workshops.
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Carl Hyde May 26
Good morning and it’s a beautiful morning. “Old & New” looking north across the Thames
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Fiona Ross May 20
Little bit of this. So peaceful
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trudi brazier Jun 13
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Thames Limo Jun 21
Finally, after incredible logistical issues, on our way to London with Bourne, joining 2 other amazing Union Jack boats and hopefully bringing joy, class and new spirit to the Thames
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Gustav Milne May 29
Little Ship: Thames pleasure launch , built in 1923, refitted as a Hospital Ship in , served at Dunkirk in 1940 . Sunk in the in 1989 with the tragic loss of 51 lives (📷private collection)
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Kent FLO May 22
Choosing a this week was a bit tricky... luckily this partially detonated hand grenade came up from the in . Most you may come across will be more recent and pose significant danger so do NOT HANDLE IT!
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On This Day RN Jun 20
1898 Battleship was launched at Blackwall on the . Tragedy struck when a wave from the launch swept away a viewing platform killing 40 onlookers. There is a remarkable film of the event and more detail at
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Romney Weir 2m
flow here is upper teens cubic metres/second. On this day in 1489 Thomas Cranmer was born.
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Joanna Moroney May 27
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Hedley Thorne Jun 9
The Kingdom of Wessex with England's finest river.
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Rotherhithe What's On Group Jun 20
Seal showing well today just off again This part of is very deep It's where the big cruise ships usually turn Called Hanover Hole as the nearest river stairs are Hanover Stairs
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Mark Buck 11h
Today’s watercolour: Tower Bridge. Painted on Millford paper using Daniel Smith watercolours.
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KarinSieger May 30
"In a world of murkiness, sometimes clarity can be found." On another level, this is the first time the river water is clear enough to watch this underwater activity.
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Jane Tomlinson Jun 10
You know summer is finally here when Old Father puts the flags out. I finished 'Yellow flags among the willows' yesterday. It's the 6th in my riverbank series. It shows the near the boatyard, close to Pinkhill Lock in .
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Jane Tomlinson Jun 3
I've just finished another in my series: it's 'Heron over the Thames', as seen from the Path at Pinkhill Lock, . I was struck especially by the wild mustard (the yellow flowers) growing on the riverbank. I hope you like it.
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