United Kingdom St Saviours Dock

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St Saviour's Dock is an inlet-style dock in London, England, on the south bank of the River Thames, 420 metres east of Tower Bridge. St Saviour's Dock is the point where the River Neckinger enters the Thames. The Neckinger is a subterranean river that rises in the south of Southwark, near Walworth[citation needed] and flows to the Thames underground. The rectangular inlet opens to the river 420 metres east of Tower Bridge.

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