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August 7, 2016 § 1 Comment
Chelsea Reach, London SW11. 6 August 2016
Tagged: Battersea Park, Chelsea Reach, litter, River Thames, socks
Dear Wolf, I remember Chelsea Reach with much nostalgia, a little boy having a lift from the Thames River Police and sailing solo in the Kestrel on the last of the ebb down to Tower Bridge and some beach combing before returning on the flood to the GLC Boathouse. The Kestrel was lost in the Vandal inspired fire there in 1972. More stories in late August. Love Dad XXxx
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