Derelict London Walking Tour of Silvertown, E16 with Author Paul Talling
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A walk around Silvertown, a place of early inspiration for the Derelict London website. Much has changed over the last 15 years and this tour takes in some remaining sites of decay which are most certainly set to change over the next few years in the name of regeneration.
This tour views the exteriors of sites covered in the Derelict London website & books such as the long abandoned but soon to be redeveloped Millennium Mills, the derelict Tate Institute, the remains of Tay Wharf & the closed down Georges Diner (without the apostrophe!) plus some original picket line graffiti, an overgrown dead pub, a Victorian church that is now a music hall, a memorial to an explosion at a local munitions factory plus some general history of the area, social stories from the past and a look at how its all about to change.
(This tour now inc. a trip to the Husk Brewery tap room at the end for drinks & free snacks)
The Derelict London tour of Silvertown is kindly sponsored by Husk Brewing Ltd. The E16 area has lost so many old school drinking establishments over the years. Husk is a welcome recent addition to the area - friendly with good value quality beer brewed on the premises.