Lime Wharf

Lime Wharf
   1) Two wharfs so named at the southern end of Old Pipe Yard and Lime Yard respectively (Rocque, 1746).
   Site now covered by Purfleet Wharf and St. Andrew's Wharf (q.v.).
   2) South out of Earl Street. Two wharfs so called, one adjoining Puddle Dock west in Castle Baynard Ward and the other still further west, west of Mr. Hood's Iron Wharf (Horwood, 1799), in Farringdon Ward Within.
   The site of this latter wharf is now occupied by the Blackfriars Station of the London, Chatham and Dover Railway, and of the eastern wharf by Vulcan Wharf and Victoria Wharf (q.v.).
   The eastern one was occupied in Rocque, 1746, by Coalman's Alley (q.v.).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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