United Kingdom Trinity Buoy Wharf

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Jules Renahan

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Located in the Docklands, where the River Lee meets the River Thames, you'll find London’s only lighthouse. Built in 1864-66, the purpose of the lighthouse was originally as a testing venue for new types of lamps and lighthouse technology. At one time even Michael Faraday, one of the most influential scientists of all time, carried out experiments in the lighthouse. Trinity Wharf is undergoing major regeneration and offers many shooting possibilities, not to mention a wonderful view of the O2 and Greenwich Peninsula

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