Lloyd's hailing station
Lloyd's hailing station, at the end of a jetty sticking well out into the river, was used to hail ships (by voice) to determine their cargo and destination for the Lloyd's Register of Shipping. It finally closed in 1969
In March 1960, the Norwegian Oil Tanker, Höegh Spear, got too close.
The hut 'disappeared' in 2003, although, for the moment, the jetty remains