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Saturday, 28 February 2009

Eastenders - A great walk lead by Keith and Les

This most interesting walk was lead by Keith. It was a brave walk attracting a large group as you can see below. There were a few moments of confusion, symbolised perhaps by the above roundabout.
Despite many odds, including the closure of the Jubilee line and the Docklands Light Railway requiring a bus replacement service, we managed to stumble into each other at Canary Wharf going to and fro from the loos. We then set off to the Thames path and its fascinating history.
Many dignitaries accompanied us on this day.

At this point we stopped to see that the group was together.

Greenwich observatory viewed from Millwall.
Entrance to the spiral staircase to the pedestrian tunnel under the Thames.

Mr Sussexrambler with Mrs Surreyrambler happily rambling on together.
Our nation's hero.
More happy ramblers at the "Cutty Sark" pub.

Click on the above panorama and any other picture to expand.

Many thanks Keith for organising such a fascinating and mud-free walk with momentous glimpses of our victorious past and the Thames barrier - great engineering.

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