I did wonder if I recognised the name from some of the Thamespath out near Barnes and just checked, same person. Great work Uy Hoang.
Any more clues?
It may have been built as partial corporate penance for a syrup spill.
Mawr Dun, apparently. But also nowhere near.
Old: 'We gon' be alright' lyrics near Morden Wharf Road, Greenwich Peninsular.
New: wait there's a map?
@oat44 I thought this new one wouldn't count as access as it is normally behind locked gates at night?
I thought that, but I didn't get there until 10pm, so they may not be locking it at the moment.
A little history on the Amylum jetty which mentions the syrup spillage—see also "Soap and Syrup" which has some background. There's a sign on this rather unglamorous construction:
Clue needed or obvious enough?
I know where it is. Got time to get it tomorrow.
They're all obvious when you know where they are, as Churchill said. I don't know where this one is and I don't think it's obvious. I don't think it's obvious what words or description you would use to search for it.
This is all about cress and buttercups. The hairy Walthamstow kind
If you have an orange Carrera Vengance you can play this from the streetview
Old: Bow Ecological Park
A very near miss!
Excellent. Bow Creek Ecology Park is home to Hairy Buttercups, Walthamstow Cress, and the only known place in the country of Unreel's Wormwood.
The map was the painted river on the wall which looks like the Thames but is in fact the Lea around this point making a couple of peninsulas resembling Isle of Dogs and Greenwich Peninsula
Old: Royal Victoria Dock footbridge
Clue? Big blue egg is doing much
Walk The Line
I was going to tag the Royal Docks footbridge a few weeks ago but I got tagzumped and then when I tried again the lift wasn't working so I couldn't be arsed and took my next one elsewhere.
It's a good bridge with some nice views.
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