Woolwich Arsenal Pier

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Woolwich Arsenal Pier
Woolwich Arsenal Pier 1.jpg
TypeRiver bus and tourist/leisure services
LocaleRiver Thames, London
ConstructionMowlem
OwnerLondon River Services
OperatorLondon River Services
Opening date2002

Woolwich Arsenal Pier, also known as the Royal Arsenal Pier, Woolwich, is a pier on the River Thames, at Woolwich in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, England. Designed by Beckett Rankine and built by Mowlem in 2002, the pier is operated by London River Services.[1]

Service[edit]

Woolwich Arsenal Pier is served by Thames Clippers RB1 and RB5 services.[2][3]

It is adjacent to the Royal Arsenal residential development.

Connections[edit]

Woolwich Free Ferry
Woolwich foot tunnel located next to the pier

Nearby places[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Royal Arsenal Pier Beckett Rankine
  2. ^ Timetables Thames Clippers
  3. ^ Map Transport for London

External links[edit]

Media related to Woolwich Arsenal Pier at Wikimedia Commons

Lines[edit]

  London River Services  
Commuter ServiceTerminus

Coordinates: 51°29′45″N 0°04′16″E / 51.495858°N 0.070982°E / 51.495858; 0.070982