Captain JP's log
Sunday, October 01, 2017
Thames Barge Parade by Tower Bridge
There's something very right about seeing a Thames Sailing Barge on the river that is its natural home.
As part of
a mini fleet of them assembled downriver and then passed under Tower Bridge, which was raised in their honour.
They then assembled for a parade in the traditional Pool of London, and were rather a magnificent sight (above).
Then sails were raised (or tugs deployed) to turn their noses round and head back down river under Tower Bridge again:
On the way they passed by the Customs House, which was to be my next destination as it was London's Open House weekend in addition to Totally Thames.....
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