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 LOST RIVERS OF LONDON. 20 Questions:

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1) A subterranean river that gave it's name to a City Ward and A Minor Street. The ward contains the Bank of England and The Mansion House?

THE WALBROOK.

2) The largest of the Subterranean rivers which had a London street named after it. The street was world famous for Newspapers?

THE FLEET.

3) A small stream that meets the Thames by Whitehall stairs. Named after Britain's most famous place for execution?
TYBURN STREAM.

4) Originally a tributary of the River Lea it flows through Tottenham towards the Lea Valley. It shares it's name with a river that is a tributary of the Rhine?
THE MOSELLE.

5) Named after the Duke of Gloucester in the time of Henbry 1. The rivers source is Ruskin Park on Denmark Hill and it joins the River Peck?

EARL'S SLUICE.

6) Subterranean River that rises in Southwark and flows through London to St Saviours Dock where it enters the Thames?
RIVER NECKINGER.

7) Historically used as an irrigation ditch or dyke it was a tributary of the Tideway stretch on the river Thames. It's name may be a corruption of 'Stoney Ford'?

STAMFORD BROOK.

8) This river is 17km long and passes through Bromley, Greenwich and Lewisham. In it's upper reaches it is known as the KYD BROOK.

THE RIVER QUAGGY.

9) It's name probably comes from the Old English and means, runlet of water, fountain, spring, stream?
THE EFFRA.

10) This river rises in Shoreditch and runs through Bethnal green to Stepney and joins the Thames at Dunbar Wharf in Limehouse?
BLACK DITCH.

11) A series of three docks on the Isle of Dogs, the first opened in 1802?
WEST INDIA DOCKS.

12) Constructed by John Aird & Co and opened in 1868, the dock is 'L' shaped?
MILLWALL DOCK.

13) The river is 16 miles long and starts in Hendon and joins the Thames at Brentford. The name comes from a Celtic word meaning 'Sacred Waters'?

RIVER BRENT.

14) River about 9 miles long that passes through Croydon, Sutton, Merton and Wandsworth. Derived from Old English 'Wendlesworth'?
THE WANDLE.

15) In Medieval times it was known as Billingswell Ditch. It forms the boundary between the boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea?
COUNTERS CREEK.

16) The river rises in Ewell and flows into the Thames at Kingston?
HOGSMILL RIVER.

17) The river has two branches, one in Streatham Hill and the other at Tooting Bec common, they enter the Thames at Battersea?
FALCON BROOK.

18) Canal System at Waltham Abbey. Used to transport gunpowder for Waterloo, The Crimea and the Boer Wars.

ROYAL GUNPOWDER MILLS CANAL.

19) The main traffic on this Canal was from The Royal Gunpowder Mills. Military vessels came here to collect firepower and sundries to transport them to Chatham and the Naval Dockyards.

ROYAL ARSENAL CANAL.

20) Also known as the River Beam it is a tributary of the Thames and passes through Romford. It forms the boundary between the boroughs of Barking, Dagenham and Havering?
THE RIVER ROM.


 

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