The old heart of Rotherhithe village, with its connections to the Pilgrim Fathers and the Brunel Museum, is also visited and fine areas of greenery now co-exist with the ghosts of dockland industry. Return to Rotherhithe Street and cross the bascule bridge, which raised the roadway to allow access to the main entrance of the Surrey Commercial Docks. Rather pleasingly, the relief fills with water after rain. 18. Turn right here and continue over Steel Yard Cut, the channel linking the two docks. There was also a basin (Surrey Basin), and fourteen individual timber yards, as well as wharves along the Grand Surrey Canal which ran from Greenland Dock. Fifty metres further on, cross to the corner of Acorn Walk. Map location Cross a drive to go down the path opposite. Recommended pub: The Blacksmith’s Arms is a fairly typical pub for the area - nothing special, but it is a capacious pub, with wood panelling and comfortable seats, and serves real ale. Tunnel feature, Write to us Turn left, then right by the Moby Dick pub to follow the water’s edge. Appalled by the local squalor, he set up his Bermondsey practice in 1900. Ten men were killed during the course of the project, including six in the second inundation in 1828, Isambard himself being injured during this incident. On to the track. Continue to the junction with the Thames, where Canary Wharf has now come back into view. Join the discussion: Hope Sufferance Wharf takes its name from the fact that cargoes had to be assessed for duty when landed. Rotherhithe village is small and best explored on foot. (Photos © urban75, 12th March 2010) Behind this (not visible from here) is Lavender Pond Nature Park. 6. The ten original Surrey Commercial Docks were Lavender Dock, Stave Dock, Albion Dock, Island Dock, Lady Dock, Russia Dock, Canada Dock, Greenland Dock, Norway Dock and South Dock. If time is pressing, turning right here will cut out the walk around Greenland Dock and will soon take you to point 21. Go around the curve and, just before the bridge, turn right by some large granite blocks. 19. As the Canary Wharf complex comes into view, look across the river for the entrance to Limehouse Marina. The arches were originally used as small shops, with the tunnel becoming the world's first underwater shopping arcade. Turn right and left where the water narrows, noting the hydraulic gear in the pits which operated the lock gates. Once over, turn alongside the river again, passing the Salt Quay pub. Tagged with: mayor of london, canary wharf, Silvertown tunnel, river crossings, CS4, Rotherhithe Boroughs: Southwark , Tower Hamlets The Mayor and TfL has today announced a new potential river crossing for those walking and cycling (and not for motor traffic) east of Tower Bridge. Norway Street to Rotherhithe Tunnel: TfL in discussions with local councils, plans due in coming months Rotherhithe Tunnel to Tower Bridge Road: Complete Work is continuing on the cycleway between Old Woolwich Road and Farmdale Road, which will see a safer crossing put in place for riders at the Angerstein roundabout . St Mary Rotherhithe Free School founded 1613. Company registration number: 4458492. Continue along the remainder of Greenland Dock, at the end turning right to pass under the bascule bridge which carries Redriff Road. It was converted to a rail tunnel, reopening in 1869 and becoming part of the London Overground network in 2010. Originally designed as a road tunnel for horse-drawn traffic, the necessary access ramps were never built and it was opened as a pedestrian tunnel. If you have any comments about this walk, or notice that it needs updating to take account of changes on the route, then please contact Mike at This email address is being protected from spambots. Starting from the Rotherhithe end of the tunnel, we walked down the centre of the rail tracks avoiding carefully marked obstructions and walking over small bridges put in to avoid signalling equipment. Begun in 1825, the tunnel was finally opened to pedestrian traffic only in 1843. Timber especially was handled by the Surrey Docks, and four-fifths of London’s timber was unloaded here, coming mainly from Canada and the Baltic. 17. «back to Railways homepage      More Thames Tunnel photos », » London features If London’s cycling ambition is realised, levels of cycling will double by 2023, compared to 2013 levels. Left of the school is the substantial 19th century rectory. Into the tunnel. The Norwegian flag flies outside and the weather vane is in the form of a Viking longship. The slipway just past here marks the start of the Grand Surrey Canal, the remaining section of which was filled in in 1971. The sculpture here is titled the Sunshine Weekly and the Pilgrim’s Pocket. Continue now alongside the river as far as the circular brick building. Future cycling demand is predicting there will be a significant desire to\from Peckham and beyond, with up to 150 cyclists using the route during the peak period, in the event of a free ferry crossing being developed. When it opened, pedestrians used to be able to get into and out of the tunnel via stairs in ventilation shafts 2 and 3, the ones nearest the banks of the Thames. Up to 6,500 vehicles a day could be breaking the width restrictions in the Rotherhithe Tunnel, according to Transport for London. He later served as Labour MP for West Bermondsey. or go east from Limehouse (Narrow Street) under Canary Wharf and over the Isle of Dogs to the foot tunnel at Island Gardens (lifts shut a 7pm). Its twin can be seen in the King Edward Memorial Park, Shadwell, across the river. 20. ... Rotherhithe Street (between Silver Walk to Acorn Walk) It’s right in the heart of old Rotherhithe. This is actually Regent’s Canal Dock (Limehouse Basin), and is one of the two exits of London’s canal system into the Thames, the other being at Brentford. £10 per person / £8 concessions. There were various ambitious schemes to link the Grand Surrey Canal with other canals as part of a long-distance route far outside the Capital, but these intentions proved wholly unrealistic and, in the event, the canal only got as far as Peckham, with another branch to Camberwell. If approaching the area via the Jubilee Line, change at Canada Water (one stop in either direction). Rotherhithe covers the area directly alongside the river. Around 30,000 vehicles use the tunnel each day. Otherwise, continue to the end of the lake, then turn left into the Ada Salter Garden. 21. On reaching the compound, turn left, then right down Rope Street again. As you approach Redriff Road, bear right through the underpass, then through the barrier to reach Greenland Dock. The low building to its left was formerly the dockmaster’s house and is now a pub. MARITIME LONDON Mayflower, Brunel’s Tunnel, Ancient Riverside Village and Sea to Shining Sea 10:45am every Sunday and Monday and 6.15pm every Wednesday from Rotherhithe tube station (London Overground). Whale blubber and whalebone had many uses - lamp oil, lubrication oil, soap manufacture, bones for corsets and umbrellas being among them. var addy089e1d87227548087cf40d1f540b168b = 'sgw' + '@'; 1. The caryatides on the columns on the right came from the old Rotherhithe Town Hall, opened in 1897. As trade expanded, the Custom House in the City of London could not cope with the volumes, and a number of facilities were built where cargoes were allowed or “suffered” to land. In fact, there is pedestrian access as well, with a pavement provided on each side of the roadway. 1. The adjacent engine house contains the drainage pumps. The boy and girl figures show school uniforms of over two hundred years ago. He was sent by his father to be educated in England but, alas, died of smallpox a few months after his arrival in 1784. Also, nearly everywhere is dog friendly too, so bring along your beloved pooch for the adventure. It’s just a 20-second walk from “the tunnel that made modern cities possible.” 4. var addy_text089e1d87227548087cf40d1f540b168b = 'sgw' + '@' + 'innerlondonramblers' + '.' + 'org' + '.' + 'uk';document.getElementById('cloak089e1d87227548087cf40d1f540b168b').innerHTML += ''+addy_text089e1d87227548087cf40d1f540b168b+'<\/a>'; Copyright © 2020 Inner London Ramblers. A walk through Brunel's Thames tunnel The path emerges behind St Mary’s Church. London LOOP - Section 17: Diversion during developments in Albany Park, London LOOP - Section 18: Car boot sale disruption on some Sundays, Capital Ring - Section 12: Parkland Walk footbridge has reopened, Capital Ring - Section 1: Long-term diversion in Woolwich, Hampstead Heath Circular Walk (4½ or 6½ miles). Go through the gate and take the forward path away from the river along Nelson Walk, forking right to take the subway under Salter Road. Vehicles more than 2 metres (6’6″) high, 2 metres (6’6″) wide or goods vehicles weighing more than 2 tonnes (gross vehicle weight) are not safe to travel through the Rotherhithe Tunnel. Rotherhithe Circular Walk (5½ miles) This walk can equally well be done from either Surrey Quays or Rotherhithe Station on the London Overground (East London Line). Next to the Watch House is an 18th century building which once housed a school founded for poor seamen's children. For three days only, however, you can walk along its … The tunnel was conceived by Marc Isambard Brunel, father of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and both father and son worked on this innovative construction. It was formally opened in 1908 by George, Prince of Wales (later King George V), and Richard Robinson, Chairman of the London County Council. It's outrageous they are building another tunnel that's going to cost the guts of £2 billion pounds, meanwhile the walk/cycle bridge was cancelled and the free ferry that was supposed to replace the cancelled bridge is cancelled now too. With the condition of the tunnel deteriorating badly, the original brickwork was concreted over in 1995, although you can still see the familiar shape of the arches. St Mary’s Church was rebuilt in 1714. A rare subterranean walk betwixt Rotherhithe and Wapping (Photos © urban75, 12th March 2010) Connecting Rotherhithe and Wapping, the Thames Tunnel was built between 1825 and 1843 by Marc Brunel and his son, the legendary Great Western railway engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel. 13. Just turn up – no booking required. The tunnel was converted to underground railway use in 1865-9 and now carries London Overground's East London Line. Drop-out point: Bus C10 runs along much of Rotherhithe Street, which the middle part of this walk closely follows, and connects back to Rotherhithe and Canada Water stations. If joining the walk from Rotherhithe Station, immediately turn left down Railway Avenue to join the route at Rotherhithe Street. Continue forward past the bus stands and carpark beside Surrey Quays Shopping Centre to use the pedestrian crossings over Porters Way and across Lower Road to arrive back at Surrey Quays Station. Thames tunnel Hailed in its day as the eighth wonder of the world, it was the first tunnel in the world to be constructed under a navigable river and is now regarded as one of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century. « Railway home var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; Downriver from Tower Bridge is Rotherhithe Tunnel.The 1481m-long drainpipe links Rovrive (in English, 'Rotherhithe') on the south bank with Lormarce ('Limehouse') on north. 14. Nelson Engine House and Draw Dock opposite had a carriage by which ships could be hauled out of the Thames for repair. The plan will set out how TfL intends to finance the repairs necessary to secure the tunnel’s long-term future as a vital road link under the Thames in east London. Looking east along the river with the gas works pier, and the round air shaft building for the Rotherhithe Tunnel behind the pier on the right. The columns supporting the roof are of timber encased in plaster, and the communion table is made from the wood of the Temeraire, which was broken up in Rotherhithe in 1838, and the subject of Turner's famous painting. Both Marc Brunel and his son, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, were involved and the project only succeeded after many delays and difficulties, including five major inundations. Once over the bridge, turn right. 12. The Rotherhithe Tunnel, while permitting cycling, is an extremely hostile cycling environment. On reaching the open, continue forward for 30 metres, pass through railings and turn left. The vestibule is usually open and affords a good view of the handsome interior. The Tunnel was a financial failure, costing over £630,000 and attempts to raise revenue by extending the entrance to accommodate wheeled vehicles failed due to cost. Once over, turn right, then left, along Greenland Dock again. Last summer when we passed by here, the tunnel was open underground and we crawled down a man-hole to below the street where there was a fab light-show art installation being exhibited! Walking up to Wapping station. 3. A Walk in Rotherhithe and St. Mary’s 300th Anniversary Posted on July 25, 2015 by Jim Mockford In July 2015 Cheryl and I visited England for two weeks on holiday from the USA and we explored places where my ancestors once lived such as Rotherhithe, London and Canterbury. 10. The cycling context . Post on the boards • The Salters were a remarkable couple. The world's first underwater tunnel, linking Wapping to Rotherhithe. Head up Creek Road - Evelyn Street into Surrey Docks. You are now walking back towards the Thames again. It is apparently licensed to sell both British and American postage stamps! Later absorbed into the London Underground - where it became known as the East London Line - the tunnel saw goods services until as late as 1962. Continue on, accompanied by a line of newly-planted plane trees. Take the next left in front of the gallery and continue to follow the lake edge. Take the left fork on a path that curves around a fenced running track, swinging right at the end of the fence to follow a path near the left edge of the park. When the children's play area is reached, turn left to take the curving path which joins Fulford Street. (this includes ALL vans – even the small Berlingo size!) Go forward into King's Stairs Gardens and take the left fork. Looking back down the tunnels. Re: A walk through Rotherhithe Tunnel Post by PeterA5145 » Thu Oct 20, 2016 14:12 I wonder what is the longest tunnel or underpass also open to vehicular traffic that you can walk through. In the interests of tunnel completeness, I decided to take a walk inside. Now retrace your steps to the bridge and cross it, then turn right into Rainbow Quay. To be candid, there is not a lot left of old Rotherhithe – yet what remains is still powerfully evocative of the centuries of thriving maritime industry that once defined the identity of this place. There is another café available here. Registered Charity in England and Wales number: 1093577. Ada, his wife, after whom this garden is named, had the distinction of being Britain's first woman Labour mayor. Now retrace your steps, keeping as close to the river as possible. It is an extremely rare example of a road tunnel where road traffic, pedestrians and cyclists all share the same tunnel bore. Go forward with the church on your left, continuing down St Marychurch Street. Finally, it was purchased in September 1865 by the East London Railway Company, with the first train running through the tunnel on 7 December 1869. » Kingsway tunnel The old brickwork at Wapping. If you want to explore the Ecology Park, take either of the minor paths by the posts and wander at will; although this is a surprisingly extensive area of woodland, you can keep your bearings by reference to Stave Hill. Originally, part of the park was earmarked for building plots, hence the carriage drive but, fortunately, this never happened. Keep following the stream and bear right around Globe Pond. At the summit, there is a bronze relief model of the Surrey Docks as they existed in 1896. document.getElementById('cloak089e1d87227548087cf40d1f540b168b').innerHTML = ''; Continue on the main path, eventually crossing the stream and, after 80 metres, turn left to recross it. Fancy Fairs were held in the Tunnel every year and included panoramas, side shows and scientific demonstrations. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Go past the Angel pub (originally 17th century but, sadly, no real ale), to find the mid-14th century remains of Edward III’s Manor House. Also interred here is Prince Lee Boo, a native of Palau in the Pacific Ocean. The Rotherhithe Tunnel is a road tunnel under the River Thames in East London, connecting Limehouse in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets north of the river to Rotherhithe in the London Borough of Southwark south of the river, designated the A101. 11. We are consulting on creating a cycleway in the Rotherhithe area. If you started the walk at Rotherhithe Station and wish to return there, follow the instructions from Point 1 onwards. The steel rails along the top of the path were used by travelling cranes. Take the next right, then left to pass in front of a bowling green. It’s just a short walk to the end of this street, where you’ll end up right on the Thames, and on the doorstep of the fascinating Brunel Museum. Arriving at Rotherhithe station. Continue on a double curve along the main path, and cross a bridge to an old quayside which still retains its granite edging blocks. The way forward is soon blocked by the large bulk of Globe Wharf, a grain warehouse of 1863, which was later used as a rice mill. Go forward through a barrier; Redriff Primary School occupies the brightly-coloured buildings on your left - Redriff being an old name for Rotherhithe. If starting the walk from Rotherhithe Station, follow the instructions from point 8 onwards. The Thames Tunnel between Wapping and Rotherhithe normally buzzes with Overground trains. Only tome I've ridden through rotherhithe tunnel I nearly vommed, but someone else told me they'd tried it and had the same experience and I ignored them. It’s one of the few road tunnels in the country you’re actually allowed to walk through, although goodness knows why you would. 9. Leave the park through Paradise Gate and go across the pedestrian crossing. On leaving Surrey Quays Station, carefully cross the adjacent junction at the ends of Rotherhithe Old Road and Hawkstone Road, continuing on the left-hand side of Lower Road for about 50 metres, then turn left through China Hall Gate into Southwark Park. In 2003 it was judged the 10th most dangerous tunnel in Europe. Southwark Park covers 26 hectares and opened in 1869. The entrance to the tunnel on the south side has perhaps the highest concentration of road signs in the world, or at least in this part of Southwark. Continue forward half-right to the corner of the park near the City Business Centre. However, as this is part of a peninsula surrounded by the Thames, you can easily walk into the neighbouring area called Canada Water. var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; On your left now is the churchyard extension and on your right is Hope Sufferance Wharf - this is the heart of Rotherhithe Village. 5. Although the event was totally sold out over the two days, several hopeful folks were hovering around the entrance trying to wrangle themselves in. The walk is an easy one of 5.44 miles / 8.76 kilometres on made paths, with an occasional short flight of steps. Continue along the riverside, passing a sturdy obelisk, devoid of any inscription, until another former warehouse blocks the way. Give it a go and see what you think! In just 30 metres, turn left through a short stretch of gardens  to arrive by South Dock on Rope Street. Look down the turning on the left for a glimpse of the famous Mayflower pub, then continue on Tunnel Road to its end, and left along Railway Avenue to arrive at the Brunel Museum. Alternatively, if finishing the walk here, turn right instead of left at the corner by the Brunel Museum. If approaching the area via the Jubilee Line, change at Canada Water (one stop in either direction).. The Rotherhithe Tunnel is a road tunnel under the River Thames in East London, connecting Limehouse in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets north of the river to Rotherhithe in the London Borough of Southwark south of the river, designated the A101. Wapping station. Go through the churchyard gates to reach the front of the church then turn right. The walk explores the old Surrey Docks area, which has now been extensively redeveloped with a mix of new building and converted warehouses. The Rotherhithe Tunnel was built in 1908 and was not designed to cope with modern levels of traffic. Go around a large inlet, still following the river. Descend steps to Rotherhithe Street again and turn left, soon arriving outside the Blacksmith’s Arms. Looking across to the the other track, A rare subterranean walk betwixt Rotherhithe and Wapping Camera: Lumix LX3, urban75 - community - action - mag - photos - tech - music - drugs - punch - football - offline club - brixton - london - new york - useless - boards - help/FAQs - Continue until level with a tall block of flats, then turn right to find a lake on your left. It’s only a stone’s throw from the Thames – and The Mayflower Pub. Between the wars, Greenland Dock saw use by 'A' Class Cunard Liners, which plied between here and Canada. sw addy089e1d87227548087cf40d1f540b168b = addy089e1d87227548087cf40d1f540b168b + 'innerlondonramblers' + '.' + 'org' + '.' + 'uk'; Cross over the repositioned Norway Cut Swing Bridge and continue on. Used to live in bg and parents live in Greenwich and it's a nice route but a bit time consuming! These buildings mark ventilation shafts for the Rotherhithe Road Tunnel. These ponds were a feature of the Surrey Docks, as unloaded softwoods could be left floating in them and prevented from drying out and warping. Dr Alfred Salter was a local health pioneer, well before the advent of the National Health Service. Beth al green to lewisham I'd be taking the foot tunnel. It’s the perfect fit for us, Rotherhithe London Overground Station. In 40 metres, turn right again towards the mound of Stave Hill. 2. The visible remains are those of the Inner Court and the now-dry moat can be seen. Otherwise, continue on and turn right along the base of the hill before ascending steps to the viewpoint on top. Over to your right, at the other side of the roundabout, is the Norwegian Church of St Olav, which is also a Seamen's Mission. The Watch House now contains a café. (fn. Across the river, two church steeples which have come into view are those of St Paul, Shadwell (1817-21) on the left, and St Mary, Shadwell (1848-50) on the right. Turn right to continue along Rotherhithe Street, regaining the river at Cumberland Wharf opposite Swan Road. Circumnavigate this by returning to Rotherhithe Street and walking up the other side of the building back to the river. Connecting Rotherhithe and Wapping, the Thames Tunnel was built between 1825 and 1843 by Marc Brunel and his son, the legendary Great Western railway engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel. On reaching a drinking fountain, fork left to arrive at the magnificent bandstand which originated from the Great Exhibition of 1851. This dock began life around 1695 as Howland Great Wet Dock, the first of London’s docks south of the river. Walking Rotherhithe Tunnel While Greenwich and Woolwich have pedestrian foot tunnels, nearby Rotherhithe is generally thought of as a tunnel for motorists. Just to the left of the church is the entrance to the Rotherhithe Tunnel. Hence we might expect growing levels of cycling across its river crossings, and » New York guide, THAMES TUNNEL Return down the steps and turn left, taking the second of two paths on the right, Stave Hill Path, passing a school on the right. Copyright There’s the Rotherhithe Tunnel, which is surely the most unpleasant experience one can have on a bike; incredibly hot and polluted, we seriously suggest you avoid this option completely. « London features, EXTERNAL LINKS: Tr… The drum-shaped construction on the corner of Railway Avenue marks the position of the shaft for the world's first tunnel to be driven under a navigable river. After being placed elsewhere for a while, they came to the park in 2011. Opposite Hope Sufferance Wharf is St Mary’s Burial Ground, flanking which are two buildings of 1821; the Engine House on the right housed the hand-drawn parish fire engine. A whaling fleet was established by the 18th century, and the dock was renamed Greenland Dock. Continue over another dock and go down a slope. 4. To help convince people that it was safe, Isambard Kingdom Brunel famously organised a lavish underwater banquet in the tunnel in November 1827. It dates back to the 17th century, although much rebuilt. This email address is being protected from spambots. Close-by is the inlet to Shadwell Basin. TfL is due to set out its plans for the future of the Rotherhithe Tunnel this autumn as part of its annual Business Plan. As you cross another inlet, look over to the right for the Lavender Dock pumphouse, which controlled the water levels in the Surrey Docks. That on the left is the Watch House from where, amongst other duties, the parish watchmen could help guard against body-snatchers - before modern research facilities became available there was a lucrative trade in fresh cadavers for dissection by medical students. 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