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Cycling Route in Canary Wharf, England, United Kingdom

St Katherines Dock and Bermondsey

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14 km
Distance
117 m
Ascent
117 m
Descent
-:-- h
Duration
-- km/h
Avg. Speed
31 m
Max. Elevation

About This Route

Start and finish at Canada Water Library (Deal Porter Square). For our regular Saturday ride we planned an easy-paced ride to the Bermondsey Street Festival. This has been cancelled because of the Queen's death. Plan now is to do a similar route outward via St Katherines but spend time exploring Bermondsey, visiting historic and contemporary sites of interest. On the outward leg will pass the remains of the Manor House of King Edward III, Jacobs Island (made infamous by Charles Dickens in Oliver Twist), and Jacob the dray horse. Then over Tower Bridge and down to St Katherines Dock, through to the Hermitage Riverside Memorial Garden and on to Ivory Dock. North to Cycleway 3, west to Tower Hill and via Cycleway 5 to The Monument. Across London Bridge and down Newcomen St (Cycleway 14). On to Bermondsey St past Guys Hospital and the Leathermarket buildings. Explore Bermondsey St (Glassblowing Centre, Fashion and Fabric Museum, White Cube Gallery). At top end stop at St Mary Magdalen Church, site of the 11th century Bermondsey Abbey. Then on to Spa Road Station (first rail terminus in London, long disused) and the Biscuit Factory. Back to Canada Water via Southwark Park.

Highlights Along The Route

Point of Interest

Jacob's Island plaque

Point of Interest

Jacob, the Circle Dray Horse

Point of Interest

Glassblowing Centre

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