Day 2: Woolwich to Dartford – Waste & Distribution

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England, London
The Barking Creek tidal barrier where Barking Creek joins the River Thames.

The Barking Creek tidal barrier where Barking Creek joins the River Thames.

Thames Barrier Control Zone

Thames Barrier Control Zone

The Thames at Woolwich.

The Thames at Woolwich.

Dagenham scrap yard.

Dagenham scrap yard.

Derelict golf driving range.

Derelict golf driving range.

Oil storage depot, Dagenham.

Oil storage depot, Dagenham.

Crossness Pumping Station by Joseph Bazalgette and architect Charles Henry Driver.

Crossness Pumping Station by Joseph Bazalgette and architect Charles Henry Driver.

Container depot, Dagenham

Container depot, Dagenham

Crossness flood barrier.

Crossness flood barrier.

Sludge processing building, Crossness.

Sludge processing building, Crossness.

Crossness Sewage Treatment Works.

Crossness Sewage Treatment Works.

Crossness Sewage Treatment Works serving 2 million Londoners

Crossness Sewage Treatment Works serving 2 million Londoners

Riverside Resource Recovery facility in Belvedere, London. A waste to energy plant.

Riverside Resource Recovery facility in Belvedere, London. A waste to energy plant.

London waste arrives by boat at the Riverside Resource Recovery facility

London waste arrives by boat at the Riverside Resource Recovery facility

Disused Quay at Belvedere.

Disused Quay at Belvedere.

London bus depot, Belvedere.

London bus depot, Belvedere.

Lidl Distribution Centre, Belvedere

Lidl Distribution Centre, Belvedere

Tesco Distribution Centre, Erith.

Tesco Distribution Centre, Erith.

Quay at Erith Oil Works.

Quay at Erith Oil Works.

Thames Path, Erith.

Thames Path, Erith.

WW2 anti-aircraft enclosure Erith Marshes

WW2 anti-aircraft enclosure Erith Marshes

Erith Yacht Club

Erith Yacht Club

Darent Industrial Park.

Darent Industrial Park.

Down a wandering path I have travelled.

Down a wandering path I have travelled.

Darent Flood Barrier.

Darent Flood Barrier.

Welcome to Kent.

Welcome to Kent.

First house in Kent.

First house in Kent.

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5 thoughts on “Day 2: Woolwich to Dartford – Waste & Distribution”

  1. Andrew says:

    You should continue down the Darenth path, it’s extraordinary how the landscape changes.

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