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St. Katharine Pier
About St. Katharine Pier
St. Katharine Dock was constructed in 1837 by Thomas Telford and takes its name from “St. Katharine’s by the Tower”, a medieval hospital which stood on the site.
The docks became popular with expensive cargo’s from around the world including ivory, perfumes, marble, tea, spices & rum. The docks eventually closed during the industrial revolution due to the increasing size of cargo ships.
Today St. Katharine’s is a haven for yachts with bars, restaurants and shops. Closely situated to the Tower of London & Tower Bridge, St. Katharine Pier is a quieter and picturesque alternative to Tower Pier.
St. Katharine Pier, St. Katharine Docks, 50 St. Katharine Way, London, E1W 1LA
From tomorrow Thames River Services will be operating the Winter Timetable. The last sailing will depart Westminster Pier at 15:30, St. Katharine Pier at 15:50 & Greenwich Pier at 16:30.
It’s National Afternoon Tea Week so why not indulge with an afternoon tea & a glass of Prosecco with a river view. Below are just a selection of afternoon tea’s
Thames River Services are now operating the Peak Season Timetable. The last sailing will depart Westminster Pier at 17:00, St. Katharine Pier at 17:20 & Greenwich Pier at 18:00. The