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14 comments | Sunday, February 20, 2005


ferry crossing north Woolwich  Posted by Hello

14 Comments:

Blogger Cestlavi said...

I just adore London and you have some great pics here!

11:59 pm

 
Blogger Wyn Grant said...

These are superb photographs. I will link them to my Plumstead Common site.

10:37 am

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I posted at the bottom of this page...Fantastic photos - keep them coming, they show SE18 in it's best light.
Anji, Plumstead Resident

10:21 pm

 
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Blogger bob said...

Love the plumstead pics. It confirms what we Plumsteadites knew already: that SE18 is one of the best kept secrets in London. Great views, river side walks, historical buildings, beautiful woodlands and parks and reasonable prices. Keep up the good work mate

4:00 pm

 
Blogger Plumstead-London said...

Here is a link tp an older website with lots more photo of Plumstead London se18 - so enjoy


http://www.geocities.com/harjitsangha2.com

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Blogger chrisbrinick76629268 said...

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Anonymous Jide Alakija said...

WOW! SOmeone in my area photoblogging...how cool.

1:14 pm

 
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Anonymous DAVID said...

Hi
I just enjoyed your photos so much.
I am sixty years old and now retired, however I was born in Woolwich and much of my life was spent in and around the areas you have captured. It was a great place to live and I have many fond memories, glad to see it has not changed too much.
You have inspired me to do something similar where I now live.
GREAT PICTURES...

5:23 am

 
Blogger Plumstead-London said...

Hi i have lostd of photo, but don't have the time to sort them out and upload them . would like to have photo with blog chat on the left, have no idea how to do it . if any one can help let me know

cheers and thank for the feed back ;-)

8:51 pm

 
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